Interested in working for Microsoft? Want to build a compiler? Want to work on the coolest programming language ever? (Note for the humor-impaired: that last statement includes an implicit self-deprecating wink and a smile.) Don’t want to mange managers? We’ve also opened a new position on the compiler team that involves working directly on the compiler/language and doesn’t require managing people:
Want to help chart the future of one of the most popular programming languages in the world? Interested in building a highly interactive tool that brings programming to the masses and makes professional programmers even more productive at the same time? Want to work on melding dynamic language and scripting concepts into a statically typed language? The Visual Basic development team is looking for a highly motivated software development engineer to work on future versions of the Visual Basic language. Responsibilities include:
- Working with the language design team to help design new features for Visual Basic.
- Planning, scheduling, and developing those new features.
- Helping to develop the infrastructure used to build and test the product.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a B.S. in Computer Science/Software Engineering and 4 years of industry practice. A background in compiler architecture, database technology, and/or Microsoft .NET Framework usage is a plus. If you’re ready to step up and join a dynamic, fast-paced team which delivers high-quality development tools to millions of customers, we’re waiting for you!
Here’s a link to the actual listing.
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Sounds great. I built, and managed the building of language environments for some years (APL). For the last several years I’ve been using VB and managing products based on it and Java.
My resume is online
as is a recent photo.
I hope to be in touch.
If you’re interested in the job, just follow the link in the entry and submit a resume there… HR will take it from there!
Sounds Great, there can be no doubt that
But I more interesting in work in components, I have been creating a chart3d control, that use only GDI, I want to know how i can contribute with ms in things about component, like a express suite for developers, I know that is not the place to make this question, but i only want to help the vb.net developers
By the way, I have only 18, so I not study at university yet, and I from Cuba
PD: if any body want to see my component, my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Saga: I don’t know if there are more component-oriented jobs available. I’d just check out http://www.microsoft.com/careers/default.aspx and see what’s there!
Many thanks for the information, i wish to work for ms one day as less. will it bother you if I send you my component?
I would like to work on the special language feater called (DoWhatIWant) – DWIW.
I spent several year with many languages, and what I really need is a language with this feature.