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Software Dev Staff Engineer

Location HU-Budapest
Job ID
2021-8999
Category
Engineering
Position Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Come and join One Identity’s largest development center in Hungary, with offices in Budapest and Veszprém! 

 

Hungary’s most successful IT security startup, Balabit was founded in 2000, acquired by One Identity in 2018, and has operated since then as an integrated part of this global company. Our portfolio includes identity governance, administration and privileged access management. 

 

Our team in Hungary consists of more than 160 employees, with more than 130 engineers, including developers, test automation engineers, UI/UX designers, DevOps experts, internal IT and Support engineers. We are a rapidly growing company, currently recruiting for a Software Engineer interested in network protocols and security and we are very excited to talk to individuals that are seeking a challenging and forward-thinking place to work! 

Responsibilities

Role Responsibilities

-Work in a small development team to find solutions to interesting problems while using mainstream technologies such as C, Python and Rust. 

-Design and code enhancements to existing modules, design and develop new C and Python modules, and maintain existing scripts. 

-Conduct developer testing of code changes and perform source code peer reviews. 

Qualifications

Qualifications

-Proficiency in C or Python or Rust development. 

-Strong Linux server applications development experience, including TCP/IP and multi-threading. 

-Strong familiarity with network protocols.  

-Experience with network technologies (e.g. Proxies, TLS, authentication protocols, X.509, etc.). 

-Bachelor's Computer Science or related field and/or equivalent directly related working commercial software development experience 

 

Preferences 

-Experience with Azure platform. 

-Working knowledge of Linux containers and Docker. 

-Experience in working with open-source software and projects. 

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