Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Cisco Systems hiring Freshers as Software Test Engineer B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech / MCA in Across India, Apply ASAP

ciscoCisco Systems Hiring Freshers as Software Test Engineer

Company Name : Cisco
Job Designation : Software Test Engineer
Qualifications: B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech / MCA
Experience Required : Freshers
Location : Across India
Salary Offered: Best in Industry
Candidate Profile :
  • The candidate should be B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech/MCA/Other graduates from any recognized university.
  • Should possess good communication skills and analytical skills.
Job Description :
  • Delivering software with benchmarked quality and customer satisfaction, thereby enabling faster customer adoption.
  • Be part of a team which values open communication, empowerment, innovation and career development
  • Write Automation test plans which define the automation strategy and test cases for new features
  • Work with development engineers in product defect diagnosis
  • Work with other dev-test engineers in script development efforts by performing code reviews and assisting in debugging efforts.
  • Helps engineers find ways to attack new or difficult defect in the code.
  • Uses expertise and creativity for innovative product recommendation and solutions.
  • Applies knowledge of Cisco’s business strategies.
Company Profile :
Cisco Systems was founded in December 1984 by two members of Stanford University computer support staff: Leonard Bosack who was in charge of the computer science department’s computers, and Sandy Lerner, who managed the Graduate School of Business’ computers.Despite founding Cisco in 1984, Bosack, along with Kirk Lougheed, continued to work at Stanford on Cisco’s first product which consisted of exact replicas of Stanford’s “Blue Box” router and a stolen copy of the University’s multiple-protocol router software, originally written some years earlier at Stanford medical school by William Yeager — a Stanford research engineer — which they adapted into what became the foundation for Cisco IOS. On July 11, 1986, Bosack and Kirk Lougheed were forced to resign from Stanford and the university contemplated filing criminal complaints against Cisco and its founders for the theft of its software, hardware designs and otherintellectual properties. In 1987, Stanford licensed the router software and two computer boards to Cisco.
Website: www.cisco.com


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