We're hiring!

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2005/05/20 15:11 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2005/05/20/420515.aspx


The Globalization Services team inside of GIFT is expanding again, and we are looking for a Software Development Enginner (developer)!

As a team, we are responsible for many of the underlying technologies and features that I have been blogging about every day. We do the core international support for Windows and the .NET Framework and provide a lot of the data used by Office, Windows CE, SQL Server, XBOX, and other groups at Microsoft. As I have mentioned before, we combine the technical and linguistic expertise to provide the best possible support for the millions of customers of all of these products.

If the area of globalization on Microsoft platforms is of interest to you (which it may well be, if you are reading this blog!), then this is your chance to be where it is all happening, to return to the source, as it were. :-)

The listing for the position can be found right here.

If the position and the group sound interesting to you and you would like to pursue the opportunity, I would definitely encourage you to submit your resume. The information for submitting your resume can be found there as well.

I will moderate all comments for this post and not unmoderate them unless you ask me to (I will follow up with you by email) -- think of it as a convenient way to ask questions about what working here is like, etc.

And if you decide to go for it, good luck and maybe I'll be seeing you soon!

(I may be posting about additional positions in other disciplines soon -- the growth is not just in development!)


# Carson on 20 May 2005 5:37 PM:

You can post this if you want.

Would you be one of the interviewers? And could we post back here about whether your questions meet our raised expectations?

# Michael S. Kaplan on 20 May 2005 5:41 PM:

Well, interview loops always very, but I might be one of the people interviewing you. And as far as I know you are allowed to talk about the interview afterwards, so if you go through it then I would say go for it! :-)

# Michael S. Kaplan on 20 May 2005 5:56 PM:

Replace 'very' with 'vary', of course!

# Michael S. Kaplan on 22 May 2005 6:06 PM:

I have had two different people ask me about H1B status and the job.

Now I am not an expert in this area but this post has good info: http://blogs.msdn.com/jobsblog/archive/2004/03/23/94583.aspx

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2005/05/23 Did I mention that we're hiring?

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