Join our 3-months paid Engineering Internship and you`ll get an intensive course in the area of cloud native backup and disaster recovery. Our Summer Internship is designed for students in their last year of university or attending a Master program, who want to gain real life work experience in a fast pace, exciting and professional environment, and the opportunity to secure a full-time position at the end of the internship. As a Summer Intern you will have plenty of real-world projects to experience as you shadow your mentor, gradually taking on more responsibility as you grow. You will also benefit from professional development sessions, networking, and social events. Date: 15/06-15/09 (hybrid working) City: Prague office, however, all candidates across Czech Republic are encouraged to apply considering our hybrid working environment.
Design, develop and test features related to Kasten by Veeam's product K10 in the area of cloud native backup and disaster recovery.
Preparation of design documents and use them to conduct design reviews with the team.
Preparation of test plans for testing features and present the test plan to the team.
Design and development of CI/CD (continuous integration and continuous deployment) pipelines meant for testing features.
Interest in developing, testing, and debugging production-quality, scalable, multi-threaded, concurrent systems.
Interest in distributed systems concepts and client-server architectures.
Strong computer science fundamentals (data structures, algorithms, and concurrency).
You are passionate about code quality, extensibility, coding standards, testing, and automation.
You are impact and result-driven and biased towards execution.
Currently enrolled in an accredited university program studying.
Computer Science or related field.
Nice To Have
Interest in developing in Go.
Interest in databases and/or storage systems - especially in the public cloud.
Interest in developing for and on containers, container scheduler, and orchestration platforms.
Interest in participating and contributing to open source.