Want to work on the BCL?

Would you like to work on the BCL (Base Class Libraries) for Microsoft, if so then read below for more information:

Since Whidbey shipped, our team has been trying to fill some open headcounts in all discipline. The open headcounts are to replace people have moved on to other things and to fill some of our expanded charter.
We have open headcounts in UE, Test and Dev.
Personally, I find the BCL to be a great team to work on. The team is passionate about what we do. The work we do has a high impact. (Everyone who writes managed code uses the BCL APIs.)
Come join us.. and make a difference in managed code!
Lakshan Fernando, our test lead, talks about his open positions here.
I wrote a short post about the CLR User Education (aka Documenation) team here.
I think Anthony will post his open positions on the dev team on the BCLblog sometime next week.
This is a chance of a lifetime… don’t miss it.

Via: Kathy Kam

Update: seems like this MSDN post by Kathy Kam has now been removed, I’m not sure why this is but my best guess is that its probably because the post I saw on Kathy Kam MSDN Blog was just a draft published version which was not supposed to be posted yet and will likely be posted lately.

All that’s left now is a trackback on another post on the BCL Team Blog.

Update: post is now back up, thanks Kathy! ๐Ÿ˜€


  1. Kathy Kam   โ€ข  

    You were right… ๐Ÿ™‚ It was a draft version that I accidentally posted early. I have posted the final version now!

  2. Darren Straight   โ€ข     Author

    Hehe thanks for letting me know, I’ll update my post! ๐Ÿ™‚

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