The Macintosh Business Unit (MacBU) at Microsoft is growing and Microsoft is launching their “biggest hiring initiative since the inception of MacBU eleven years ago.”
According to Microsoft’s Craig Eisler, MacBU is “hard at work planning for products beyond Office 2008, and we are growing our team to help turn our vision into reality.”
“We offer the feel of a small company with a strong team culture of innovation, creativity, and creating great user experiences. We combine the power of Office with the latest Mac technologies to create world class products – we develop exclusively for Macs, and we love ’em,” Eisler blogs.
Eisler offers up some reasons to join MacBU, including:
• We are the brightest, coolest, and most interesting business unit at Microsoft – if we do say so ourselves
• One of the largest dedicated Mac software development organizations outside of Apple
• We work for Microsoft and we are proud of it!
So, if you can’t get a job at Apple, Microsoft’s MacBU is hiring for multiple roles (Program Managers, Developers, Testers, User Experience, and Marketing) in Redmond and Silicon Valley. Send your resume to
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Ampar” for the heads up.]
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