Unified Vehicle: Improvements to Continuous Integration System
Are you a software development or computer science student with an interest in tools and systems for software development? Do you want to work on a real industry project, developing features that add real customer value? We have an exciting opportunity to work on a project related to our Unified Vehicle solution. Tait Unified Vehicle is an in-vehicle, edge-computing solution offering support for applications that rely on communications over multiple RF bearers (LMR, LTE, WiFi). We use a Continuous Integration (CI) system, which is an automated system for building and testing all artefacts of the software team. This is an essential tool for maintaining both quality and pace of development. The system is based on Gitlab and Gitlab runners and produces artefacts for targets ranging from embedded devices through to cloud-based containers. The key challenge we have is that the build time is significant, and the entire team would benefit from a faster build-test-commit cycle. On this project, you will work together with senior engineers to analyse the current CI system, explore a range of enhancements, and present the advantages and disadvantages of the available options. You will identify knowledge gaps and resolve them using rapid prototyping techniques. You will then implement the changes identified as providing the biggest net improvement. Background with Python, C++ or shell scripting would be beneficial for this project, especially in a Linux environment. For more info about the company, our products and solutions offered to our customers, please visit our website: www.taitradio.com To be eligible for a summer internship, you must: Be studying, or have recently completed, an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or qualification at NZQA level 7-10. If study has been completed, the closing date of your final semester should be less than 12 mons ago. Be studying science, technology, engineering, design or business at a New Zealand tertiary education institute. Be legally permitted to work in New Zealand. This is a fixed term paid summer internship position for 400 hours, commencing in November 2020. Applications will close Sunday 27 September 2020. All applications will be considered, but only successful candidates will be contacted.
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