SDET - Web Services Job

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SDET - Web
Job SDET needed for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Kirkland, WA. The Big Picture - Top Skills Should You Possess: - SDET Experience - C# and Visual Studio test framework - WCF or REST What You'll Be Doing: - The game services test team with this client is looking for a qualified SDET candidate for web services testing. - We are specifically looking for candidates with a technical background and an aptitude for testing large-scale, cloud-based systems. - The candidate will be responsible for owning the testing of feature areas. - Implementing and executing automated testing. - Writing test documentation. - Debugging and investigating issues. What You Need to Bring to the Table: - Recent industry experience testing web services - ideally at least three (3) years of test experience. - Experience writing automated test cases using C# and Visual Studio test framework. - Experience with WCF and/or REST-based web services. - Experience with owning testing for a feature/set of features. - Experience with test planning/design/review/documentation. - Experience with working with dev and PM counterparts. - Experience working an Agile/SCRUM development model. - Familiarity with Windows Azure, Azure Storage, etc a benefit but not required. Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications: - Experience with Azure, Azure Storage will for sure get you an interview! What's In It For You? - This is an awesome opportunity to work with the latest technologies in one of the coolest game studios in the area! What are you waiting for? Apply Now! Yoh, a Day and Zimmermann company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Tax Term: CON_W2 J2W: INFOTECH; J2W: INTETSFSF:INTET Ref: Branch: IT and Telecom MYK62683JR

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