Data Stream Processor UI Intern (Summer 2021)
Data Stream Processor UI Intern
Office Location(s): (REMOTE) Bay Area - San Jose and San Francisco, CA
Data Stream Processor (DSP) is Splunk’s real-time stream processing solution that collects, processes, and distributes data to Splunk and other destinations at high velocity and high volume scale, on both our Splunk Cloud and On-Premises platforms. The Data Stream Processor UI team is building a rich application that provides a graphical interface that allows users to easily author, execute, manage, and monitor their streaming pipelines. We collaborate closely with User Experience designers, product managers, backend engineers, and test engineers, to deliver a user-friendly, production-quality, end-to-end experience into real customer hands. We are a team of highly passionate and collaborative individuals who love solving problems together!
What You'll Get To Do:
- Work directly with User Experience Designers, Backend Engineers, Test Engineers, and Product Managers on conceiving product capabilities all the way to rolling it out in production
- Use modern web frameworks such as React
- Learn web application and UI best practices
- Learn modern UI testing practices, from unit testing with Jest to browser automation
- Work with backend REST APIs and microservices
- Participate in design and code reviews
- Gain experience in the software development life cycle in a CI/CD environment
- Practice Agile development methodologies
Actively pursuing a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or a related technical field, and a strong record of academic achievement.
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