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April 04, 1990 - Image 10

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Backpacks and frisbees abound.
Challenge is in the air. Heated debates
erupt from passionate beliefs.
Surprise! It's Microsoft. The premier
software corporation in the world has more
the feel of a college than a multinational
corporation. Intellectual energy. Eclectic
decor and dress. All on a modern, wooded
campus in the Eastern hills above Seattle.
Microsoft is better than college, how-
ever. You get your own room - a private
office with a door. You have access to the
latest microcomputer technology, as well as
the brains that helped create it.
So now you don't have to give up the
fun and excitement of college in order to
make it in the "real world". All you have to
do is join Microsoft.
Software Design Engineer
As a Software Design Engineer, you
will design, develop, and implement
applications and systems software for
microcomputers. Your projects can include
workgroup applications, sophisticated
graphical interfaces, operating systems,
tools, powerful personal and business
applications, and multimedia.

Program Manager
Actually, "Technical Catalyst" would be
more accurate. Because we believe engineers
are the best people to envision and design
product features. To create the user and pro-
grammer interfaces. To write the specs, and
drive them through to release.
If you'd like to impact the agenda for
the future of Microsoft products, bring your
impressive technical skills and unique abil-
ity to make things happen to Microsoft.
Ready for some real fun?
If you are about to graduate with a
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science,
Electrical Engineering, Math, Physics, or re-
lated technical degree, then we want to hear
about your microcomputer programming
experience, design skills, and/or exposure to
managing projects.
Please send your resume to:
SSSDE-UMI, One Microsoft Way,
Redmond, WA 98052-6399.


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