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Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004 6:20 PM
To: Turkey Recruiting
Subject: MS interviews in Turkey!
It's been a while, but we are planning to go back to Turkey in August/September timeframe to conduct interviews for SDE and SDET positions here in redmond. Since this will be my first trip to Turkey, I'll need your help (many of you may have worked with Matt McGinnis before, he has left the company and I used to work with him on the old International Recruiting team).
If you know of any SMART techies currently living in Turkey that are qualified and might be interested, please feel free to forward them the posting below.
If you have university contacts that would be willing to send out the posting to students of computer science or related majors please forward to them and ask if they'll send out or post. If you can think of other ways we may be able to get the word out I am open to suggestions!
Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks in advance for your help!
Holly PetersonSr. Technical Recruiter
Microsoft College Recruiting
Soon Microsoft will be in Turkey, interviewing interested and qualified candidates for software development positions here in the USA at our corporate headquarters working on our major products.
If you know of anyone that might be interested, or a bulletin board where it would be appropriate to post this, please forward this email. There are multiple positions open and candidates will be in competition with themselves, not each other.
What is a qualified candidate?
* Someone who has (or will be completing this year) a bachelor's (four year or more) degree in Computer Science or a related field
* Someone that has very strong abilities to write code in C/C++
* Someone that is very driven and passionate about technology, desiring to make software products that will go all over the world
* Someone with fluent English speaking skills
WHATEVER YOU DO, DO IT AT MICROSOFT
The reason so many people from various disciplines come to Microsoft is because we provide the most exciting challenges in the industry. Since our inception in 1975, Microsoft's mission has been to create software for the personal computer that empowers and enriches people in the workplace, at school and at home. Microsoft's early vision of a computer on every desk and in every home is coupled today with a strong commitment to Internet -related technologies that expand the power and reach of the PC and its users. You can help shape the industry in nearly countless ways, all while gaining invaluable experience. Our casual environment lends itself to freer thinking and therefore, creative problem-solving. However, the coolest part of all is the diversity of jobs. You're guaranteed not to be bored.
We invite you to join us as we move toward the .NET age, the next generation of our products. You could create a world of change in one of these pivotal, Redmond, Washington USA area positions in the Microsoft product groups. Here is a list of the core positions we will be looking to fill.
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FULL-TIME POSITIONS
Software Design Engineer
Writes product code and solves complex problems. Proficient in C/C++."You come in every morning and check up on what you've built the night before, see if you've broken anything, or if you've got any bugs to take care of. Right now I'm working on three different design features, so I've got maybe three status meetings a week to check in with everybody--the testers, the developers, the Program Managers, and together we figure out what we need to do. The core of my job is designing new features and figuring out how to get them to work. I loved that you could pursue an idea seriously in college and have other people around to talk to about it. I wanted to stay in a place like that. And Microsoft turned out to be that place.
"Qualifications: A BA/BS or graduate degree in computer science or related technical discipline. Strong coding skills, proficiency in C/C++, vision, and a passion for technical excellence.
Software Design Engineer in Test
Creates tools to test and improve products. Proficient in C/C++."Essentially, the old notion was that as a tester," Jake explains, "you'd get a big chunk of code already written, and debug it. My team is trying to make computers more useful, so we're looking at everything in a new way: including testing. Here, I've been able to develop a smarter testing tool, which I'm trying to patent. And now, I spend a lot of time going around to other groups in the company, explaining the methodology and working with them to solve their own problems. I also make sure my product goes up bug free, and make sure a solution is created for any bugs before it launches. I meet with other teams and with Developers and Program Managers, and I write whitepapers. And I help to shape the product early on.
"Qualifications: A BA/BS or graduate degree in computer science, electrical engineering or related technical discipline. Strong coding skills, proficiency in C/C++, Visual Basic experience, and a relentless attention to detail.
There are multiple positions open, so please share the information with someone as good as you are.
All positions are at our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, USA. We do require functional level English language skills, written and spoken.If you are interested, please email your CV in English to
Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer.