OPNFV Internship Opening: Functional Tests for Kubernetes Deployments
- Linux, Python, Kubernetes, Jenkins
- k8 upstream tests included in Functest
- k8 tests triggered manually on k8 scenarios
- k8 tests integrated in Functest (then CI)
How to Apply
- Review details about Functional Tests for Kubernetes Deployments project on the wiki.
- Feel free to contact the mentor(s) (contact info available on the wiki) to learn more about the project and what the mentor(s) are looking for in an intern project.
- Write a project plan in response to a project that interests you.
Project Plan Requirements
- Project title
- Preferred length of internship: 3 months (~40 hours/week) or 6 months (~20 hours/week)
- Name of mentor(s)
- Why you are interested in this project and the reason you’re the best individual to do so.
- Details of your academic, industry and/or open source development experience, as well as other information you think are relevant
- If you have worked on other open source projects, please provide pointers to the code you worked on/contributed.
- Proposed project timelines/deliverables
- Your contact information (e.g. email, IRC, phone, etc.)
- One or two references
- Finally, please include a proof of current academic status (e.g. transcript or copy of student ID).
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