This blog has been phenomenal. Through it I was introduced to so many of you whom I have corresponded with for building sync solutions. Now it is time for me to invite you to work with me in my new tenure at Microsoft. I recently joined Mobile Services team. This team is responsible for bringing windows live experiences to the windows mobile platform which includes Live Contacts, Live Messenger, Live Mail, Live Spaces, Live Search along with new interesting stuff that we are working on and I cannot tell you about just yet. You might ask where ‘sync’ in all of that!? Well, it is all over the place. In fact, mobile is sync play ground since mobile devices are the true occasionally connected systems. Mail, contacts … are synchronized with Live servers in the cloud and the same concepts that I’ve been advocating are materialized in a large scale system. But sync is just one enabler for great offline experience, there a lot of other skills that come into play, think about UI and user experience, seamless integration, performance, battery life … The new wave of innovation is coming in small form factors. It is really a great opportunity and I am very excited about it.
Interested ? Check out this list of openings below. Email your resume to me and let’s get the process started
Software Development Engineers (in no particular order)
Software Development Engineers in Test (in no particular order)
Lead Software Development Engineer in Test
The links above are likely to be unavailable as time goes by as we hire people and remove the openings from the careers database. Don’t be shy and apply now. The opportunity is knocking .. :)
Update: Just to let you know, I left Microsoft to start a new company, Raveable Hotel Reviews . See Examples: Romantic Hotels in Myrtle Beach , Top 10 Hotels in Seattle ,Kid Friendly Hotels in Miami, Best Hotels in San Francisco , Hotels with in-room jacuzzi and Best Hotels in Chicago. Your feedback is welcome on twitter.com/raveable,raveable blog.
I am not actively blogging about Sync Technologies. Please see Sync Team Blog for more updated content.