Technical Writer

Pune, Maharashtra, India | Internal | Full-time | Fully remote

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What we are looking for?

  • We are looking for a Tech Writer who would like to play with cloud-native technologies and build demos, integrations, and sample applications resembling real-world use cases from them. You are someone who likes to try out open source projects even in the alpha stage.
  • Build content - blogs/tutorials/technical guides/case studies etc.Ideally, you are an engineer by vocation but a writer at heart and can quickly express complex technologies in plain English.
  • You have some understanding/experience with the cloud ecosystem and basic familiarity with cloud-native technologies.
  • You have an understanding of Linux systems and a basic understanding of distributed systems.

What you will be learning and doing?

  • Own the product documentation by performing review changes from engineers for new features
  • Decide on the style and structure of all the documents. 
  • All your writings include relevant screenshots of the products and explains the product features in detail. 
  • Use Sphinx to generate documents from RST files. 
  • Write blog posts for feature owners  
  • You will verify technical commands for the products. 
  • You will help in reviewing and improving our proposals. 

We think InfraCloud is a rocketship you should join!

InfraCloud has been working in cloud-native technologies with early innovators before Kubernetes was 1.0 and when it seemed like Mesos will become the standard! Our focus & history on an area of programmable infrastructure coupled with working with some innovative product companies give us some solid engineering challenges to work on.

From one of our hackathons was born BotKube Project which was developed by our engineers and community over the last 1.5 years. When we started developing BotKube’s Microsoft Teams integration, another project was born - Go SDK for Teams. We are also the second largest contributor as a company to Fission - a Serverless framework for Kubernetes. Another time an engineer working with a telecom company added support for 128bit tracing ID in Jaeger client. These are just some examples - and there are many more - do make a point to ask the engineers you talk to about more open source work we do.

Our engineers are co-organizers of Kubernetes Pune, Docker Pune, PythonPune and can be found frequently speaking at local meetups and conferences.