[Fwd: [sllug-jobs-announce]: Novell seeking two 20-hr/week interns to work on Mono QA team]

Marc Christensen marc at mecworks.com
Mon Feb 1 11:34:21 MST 2010

Two internships opened up on the Mono QA team in Provo.  If you're a
student and looking for a great internship, take a look at the job
announcement below.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [sllug-jobs-announce]: Novell seeking two 20-hr/week interns
to	work on Mono QA team
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 14:51:16 -0700
From: Marc Christensen <mchristensen at novell.com>
Organization: Novell, Inc.
To: SLLUG Jobs Announce List <sllug-jobs-announce at sllug.org>

Novell is seeking two 20-hr per week interns to work part-time in our
Provo, Utah office to work with the Mono QA team.  Mono is an exciting
OpenSource project implementing C# and the CLR that is binary compatible
with Microsoft.NET.

Responsibilities will include automated and manual testing releases of
Mono, MonoVS, Mono Develop and other products released by the Mono team.
Working with virtual machines, programming and running automated tests
in a python based testing framework. Administration of Linux, Microsoft
Windows and Mac lab machines.

Applicants must have good attention to detail, and oral and written
communication skills, knowledge of Linux use and system administration,
Python, bash, some high-level programming language experience (C#/.NET),
virtualized environments (VMware) and TCP/IP networking concepts.

As this is an internship, only students may apply.

Disclaimer: This job description is for informational purposes, to
describe the primary duties, skills and abilities necessary to meet the
requirements of this position.  This description is not intended to be
an exhaustive list of all requirements or essential functions; it is
subject to change at any time.

Novell is an equal opportunity employer and an advocate for workforce


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