Niners, A colleague of mine is looking for a talented web developer with the usual related web dev skills... If you or somebody you know (and trust) are interested in an opportunity to come work full time for MS in Redmond, then please send a CV directly to me ASAP.
ctorre AT (if you can't guess the rest of the email address, then don't bother....)
The mountain view campus employs way more than 75 people by the way. MSR is just a small part. hint: I really hope there's a job here and that this isn't phishing for data, as this is a very unorthodox way to post a job for MSFT.
I sent my cv . It is not typical to see job posting sharing in here, but, I greatly appreciate the the guesture. If I can get into MS, that's so awesome. I really don't care which channel I need to use to accomplish this LOL.
@magicalclick: This isn't common practice, but the hiring manager is my friend and the job requires not just dev skills, but the ability to work with stakeholders and non-developers (so, communication and personality are important...). Creativity, passion, enthusiasm - all required ingredients for the successful candidate.
Thanks for sending in your resume. I have FW'd it along.
I'm still not entirely convinced this was anything other than MSFT legal trying to get the names, addresses, and work histories of forum posters,
I'm pretty sure you're right, because the reasons MSFT Legal would want the names, addresses and work histories of forum posters (but only those considering a web dev position in Redmond) are obvious, right.
it means what it says: why do you keep hanging around ??
don't go away mad, just go ...
But it was in response to my statement regarding the authenticity of this job offer in the context of a message board.
Paraphrasing what he said, if MSFT is collecting information about forum posters, then why bother coming back?
I could care less if MSFT is collecting information about posters here, but I thought I should point out that possibility.
Just as I wouldn't send a programmer from Hewlet Packard, or RIM my info or work history either, since they are not HR. Ultimately who knows what will happen to it or what it will really be used for, or how long it will float around.
@1001011: Enough. Do not post on this thread anymore. Thanks.
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