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Release Engineer

at Courseload in Indianapolis, IN   —   Jul 15, 2014   |  
We’re a growing team of developers and UX gurus. We iterate quickly, release often, and have a strong devops mentality. Our stack is HTML/CSS/Javascript using Backbone and Marionette for the front-end , Python/Django back-end with multiple data tier technologies including Postgresql, MongoDB, Solr and others all hosted at AWS in a multi-zone setup.
Be part of a collaborative, friendly, and open environment with a small team
Work full-time in downtown Indy
Have a say in the release process
Work directly with the Dev/Ops team to execute each release
Work directly with Developers to coordinate tagging and release builds
Work directly with Product Management to ensure that release notes are accurate and clear
Frequently interact with a cross-functional release management team including product, marketing, sales, services, and support
Enrich the team with your knowledge and insight
You love delivering products and learning new things
You’re motivated, talented, and spirited
You have a strong point of view, like a good argument, but listen well too
You’re experienced in source code management
You have expertise with build automation in a daily build environment
You have deep experience in continuous integration and deployment
You have managed a ticketing system
You have worked in an agile product development team
You have delivered web-based SaaS products in an engineering, operations, or release role
Source Code Management: Git
Hosting: AWS
Build Automation: Setuptools
Continuous Integration: Jenkins
Continuous Deployment: Puppet
Ticketing Systems:, Jira, Zendesk
Languages: Python, Clojure
Other: Linux command line, Shell scripting
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