Couchbase Recruitment freshers | Software Engineer |Apply here!

About Couchbase:

At Couchbase, we believe data is at the heart of the enterprise. We empower developers and architects to build, deploy, and run their most mission-critical applications. Couchbase delivers a high-performance, flexible and scalable modern database that runs across the data center and any cloud. Many of the world’s largest enterprises rely on Couchbase to power the core applications their businesses depend on.

Job description

Work on the world’s best distributed database server infrastructure and best database as a service (DBaas), including serverless database as a service which companies rely on for mission critical OLTP needsDiscuss and debate with your peers as you help figure out product requirements and the architectural approach to getting things built, tested & supportedDesign, implement, test, troubleshoot & support needle-mover capabilities across server, mobile, sdks, cloud, SDET (DBaaS & Serverless) with simplicity, elegance and economyThink quality; think leverage. Develop high-quality software and use unit, component, and end-to-end automation tests so we know we have high-quality softwareBe agile

Eligibility Criteria:

(0-2)- years of experience only.

Education: BE, B-Tech,M-Tech with strong Computer Science FundamentalsYou’re a self-motivated, independent, and high-performance individual.

You learn quickly and you enjoy worthy challengesYou’re a good communicator and an excellent team player

You like working in organisations that strive to have a good balance between doing it right and moving quickly

Preferred skill:

Good communication skills

Excellent spoken and written English communication skill

Strong attention to detail in editing content and deep dive and identify root causes of issues

Good at problem solving, data analysis and troubleshooting issues related to content editing

Good interpersonal skills to manage ongoing relationships with program team and inter operations team

sWorking knowledge of XML standards would be an added advantage