Unique opportunity on the CLR’s Rotor team


We are just starting to kick off the hard core planning for the next release of ROTOR, a shared source version of the CLR.  One of the first tasks here is to staff up the team!    We need at least 1 PM and 2 developers that have a vision for what ROTOR should be to engage academics and the broader community.    For the PM the challenge is around how to excite the community and get tangible results out of this work.  For the dev team the challenges are around making sure this actually CLR product source code works great on FreeBSD\MAC (and other platforms) and is buildable\extensible by enthusiasts and academics.


 


Not to mention any position that David Notario and Don Syme think is cool must be a winner 😉


                                                                        


PM: http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=a2308a89-fd40-44a2-a3c9-d64e3e0d3b08
Dev#1: http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=be2065d1-0943-4ebf-9560-ada9673a6cd6
Dev#2: http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=b02cafac-c95a-46e1-b110-e3faef0c1db2


 


 


If you are interested please submit your resume and contact me!


 


Thanks!

Comments (5)

  1. Mihailik says:

    Brad, I can see some interesting in position desciprtion on Microsoft site.

    They said about commercial Rotor port to Unix. Can you comment? Is such commercial Unix .NET Framework planned? When?

  2. 次期 Rotor(shared source版CLR)には CLR team が力を入れるらしい

  3. BradA says:

    Oleg- sorry, no I don’t know of any commerical Rotor ports, but I do know of TONS of research on Rotor… it is a very happening space and will be more so when Rotor-Whidbey ships… Want to come help us do that?

  4. Mihailik says:

    Oh, yeah, I want. But my C++ degree is not perfect, I am C# man 🙂

    Thank you Brad. I hope I will find job at Microsoft where my degree will fit the requirements. I’d like to work at MS very much!

    Speaking about Rotor, I have a plan about kernel-mode CLR. There are numerous leaks from MSR about such things and I will investigate more in this idea when I will have more time.

  5. Mihailik says:

    But why not try? OK, I’ll review my resume and contact you. Thank you for idea, Brad.