By May 21, 2009

Another Microsoft Job ad confirms Zune Mobile services for Windows Phones

image Another job posting from Microsoft has been posted today  which specifically mentions Windows Phone and Zune Services. Windows Mobile 7 cannot come soon enough, now all Microsoft have to do is unravel the international release of Zune services as up until this point it is a US only service. Thanks to Tom for the tip off.

The full advert is after the break.

Job Title: Software Development Engineer

Job Category: Software Development

Product: Windows Mobile

Date Posted: 05/21/2009

Job Code: 256545

Location: WA – Redmond

Travel Required:

Do you love building great user experiences? … are you a big fan of mobile phones ? …always exploring that cool new feature on your iPhone or Windows Mobile Phone? If you’re a developer looking to have a big impact on a major Microsoft initiative then this could be the role you’ve been waiting for! The Windows Mobile Phone team part of the Entertainment and Device division is one of Microsoft’s fastest growing; most cutting edge businesses. The Windows Mobile Phone Entertainment team is looking for a Software Development Engineer to help us through our next big release.
We are looking for an experienced UI developer to work on the next-generation of Windows Phone products.
Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) developing features for the phone that drive the joy and fun of using the device. Everything from Zune Mobile experiences to killer photo capture and sharing experiences to winning application marketplaces showcasing both applications and casual games. Feature development includes designing, coding and unit testing for one of the technical areas as well as ensuing that the end to end solution is complete and fantastic.
If you feel that mobile computing is the future for our industry – come help us win!!
Qualifications: Strong analytical, design and C++ programming/debugging, Win32 UI, and COM required, Mobile (CE) development skills are desired as well as XAML experience. Candidates must also possess solid cross team collaboration and engineering practice skills in addition to in-depth experience developing commercial products through the entire ship cycle. A BS degree in Computer Science or related discipline and 3+ years experience in software development is required.
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via Ars Technica

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