Microsoft seeking talent to develop a user experience that breaks free of the small screen

Windows Phone logoIf you have a knack for Software Engineering and you like big displays, Microsoft wants you. The company has been looking to unify the experience of its main Windows operating system with its gaming and mobile platforms, and the progress thus far has been admirable.

Windows 10 is arguably going to be the first really noticeable step to unifying the experience even more, and Redmond wants individuals who love technology, multi-device scenarios, and have a passion for delivering next generation user experiences.

Your background? Six years of coding and debugging in C/C++ and delivering on design for component-level quality during testing. Most notable of all, you will be tasked with unlocking true potential of Windows Phone breaking free of the small screen.

The Lumia 1520 has a beautiful 6-inch HD display. All that is needed now is for Windows Phone to deliver that next step which bridges the common user experience found in iOS and Android, and the dynamic content meant to be delivered via the Live Tiles, and then brings that experience from phone, to tablet, to laptop, to desktop. That is a tall order indeed.

Source: phoneArena

Tags: Microsoft, Windows Phone 7

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