Windows Phone 7 team working on a ‘Market Disrupting’ project

Software Development Engineer in Test – Windows Phone (761356) Job

disruptDate: Jul 17, 2011

Location: Redmond, WA, US

Job Category: Software Engineering: Test
Location: Redmond, WA, US
Job ID: 761356-46474
Division: Windows Phone Division
Wish you were part of a team whose charter is to create experiences our customers simply can’t live without? Are you excited when you see a user experience that delights customers? We are a team working on a top secret project inside the Windows Phone division. Our mission…GO BIG! DISRUPT THE MARKET!

We can’t give you many details on this JD, but I can assure you we have a passionate group of engineers charged and ready to take on the challenge. It’s a v1 feature set and we are completing planning in 1 month, so timing is perfect. We are looking for an experienced SDET to play the role of product line customer advocate. In this role you would be on point to work with product planning, design, UX research and the feature team to glue pieces of feature together and build delighting user experiences. As an experienced SDET you will be guiding the team towards the key set of scenarios and technologies we should be using to innovate and go beyond the typical feature testing.

Come make our product sing to customers! It’s a chance to see your work showcased by millions of customers for years to come!

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Nearest Major Market: Seattle
Nearest Secondary Market: Bellevue
Job Segments: Developer, Engineer, Engineering, Government, Research, Security Clearance, Software Engineer, Technology, Test Engineer, Testing, User Experience

We love hype, and it doesn’t come bigger than this job description from the Windows Phone 7 team, asking for a software tester for a project that appears to be on the fast track, being set to start building in one months time.

The supposedly top secret project is apparently set to disrupt the market, and appears to have something to do with the government and security clearance, just deepening the mystery.

While the post is ripe for speculation, my first thought is a secure IM client like Blackberry, suitable for government use.  Please let us know if any of our readers can suggest more outlandish possibilities.

See the job post, before it becomes classified, here.