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Sauce Labs (San Francisco, CA, Vancouver, B.C., Berlin, Germany and/or Remote)

Sauce Labs provides the world’s largest cloud-based platform for the automated testing of web and mobile applications. Its award-winning service eliminates the time and expense of maintaining an in-house testing infrastructure, freeing development teams of any size to innovate and release better software, faster.

We are currently looking for:

Principal Architect

Senior Backend Engineer (Sauce Connect)

Senior DevOps Engineer

Senior IT Application Engineer

Software Engineer (Cloud Infrastructure)

Software Engineer- Web Frontend (m/f)

If you’re interested in joining Sauce Labs and would like to learn more, please visit: https://saucelabs.com/careers




What does "(m/f)" mean? Surely not "male/female"...


Yes, it does. That's the norm in Germany because the words (in German) for job titles (eg: software developer) imply a gender. So instead of writing the full job title in both masculine and feminine they just write it once and then put (m/f) afterwards. Obviously it doesn't need to be there when the job title is written in English, but it often is anyway.


Interesting; is there a reason it only appeared on the last line here? Was "Software Engineer- Web Frontend" the only noun-phrase that would imply a gender?


That job is in Germany.


I have to say this is the least appealing post I've seen here recently. It's totally impersonal, explains nothing of the company's needs or direction, and basically the sort of thing you might see on a recruitment site, which I think really defeats the purpose of Who's Hiring

Put a bit of spark into it next month, and write in the first person!




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