We’re hiring (again & more)

The Visual C++ team is looking for a number of people to do great work on C++11, parallelizing/vectorizing, cloud, libraries, and more. All I can say is that there’s a lot of cool stuff in the pipeline that directly addresses real needs, including things people regularly comment about on this blog that I can’t answer specifically yet but will soon.

If you might like to be part of it, here’s how – 13 positions right now and more to come as we update this list:

Be What’s Next (We’re hiring!)

The C++ organization is growing and hiring across all feature areas (C++ 11, compiler front-end, compiler back-end, C++ AMP, PPL, libraries & runtime, IDE, Casablanca). We are looking for passionate program managers, developers and testers to bang out the next versions of the toolset!

What’s in it for you:

  1. Be part of the C++ standards evolution – you’ll have the opportunity to work side-by-side with folks like Herb Sutter

  2. Solve exciting challenges as we navigate the hardware evolution (newer chipsets, multi-core, GPU, heterogeneous cores etc.)

  3. Be part of the technology that builds all of Microsoft’s platforms like Windows, Xbox, Windows Phone and Windows Embedded.

Please apply directly using the links below. We’ll keep this list updated for the next couple of months.

Current job list is available on that page.

4 thoughts on “We’re hiring (again & more)

  1. Hi Herb,

    Could you please let me know if it is possible to conduct the whole interview process remotely?

    Thank you in advance.

  2. @Alex: Advert clearly states working on C++11 features and compiler front- and back-end alongside proprietary technologies :-)

  3. There aren’t any positions that imply the work on improved conformance to C++11 Standard, are there? At least I didn’t notice any. Everything seems to do with proprietary extensions and Metro.

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