Is it a cliché to say something like 'We're hiring!' ? :-)

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2007/05/23 02:17 -04:00, original URI:

You can see the image over on the right side of the blog -- just under my brain and just over the archives. It has a link to the current open posting across the entire organization (full size about 400 or so people). The positioning is an accident of ease of placement; none of the jobs report directly to me or my brain. :-)

If you end up interviewing for one of these positions and they let you stop by and say hello then be sure and do so -- I  very proud of the people who have come to work at Microsoft who were in whole or part originally inspired by Sorting It All Out!

Special thanks to Jennifer Shepherd (the design genius who created the updated MSKLC 1.4 art/icons) for the cool image that you can see over on the right side of the blog -- I could have put it inside a collapsible category, but it looks so good that I'll leave it out in the open for now.


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Mário Ribeiro on 23 May 2007 3:33 AM:

Wow! If that happened at Portugal....then i would be very interested to try a placement at Microsoft.

Probably someday that happens....who knows.

Good job Microsoft!

Michael S. Kaplan on 23 May 2007 11:15 PM:

Ah, for the Portuguese results, you'll have to look here. :-)

Pavanaja U B on 24 May 2007 12:47 PM:

What about India/Indic?

Michael S. Kaplan on 27 May 2007 1:46 AM:

You mean like here?

Pavanaja U B on 27 May 2007 11:58 AM:

There is nothing for Indic developments.

Michael S. Kaplan on 27 May 2007 12:18 PM:

Well, that is hardly likely to be a permanent thing -- between the extensive research work and the IDC and other efforts there are lots of development positions, even if none are open at right that second.

But I am not keeping track of the opportunities in every country....

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