Potential Post-PhD and Internship Positions in Web-Delivered, Data-Rich Cloud Programming

Microsoft Research in Cambridge has ongoing Post-doctorate positions open for very high quality recent PhD-level graduates, and internships for current PhD candidates. I would like to encourage potential candidates interested in the field of web-delivered, data-rich cloud programming. Think of taking some of the world’s greatest applied programming language work, delivering it to high quality…


F# 2-Year Contract Position for Biological Modelling Language Development

Here are some details on an F# contract position at MSR Cambridge. Contract Position for Biological Modelling Language Development (F#) Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK – 4th October 2011 Microsoft Research Cambridge has available a 2-year contract position for development of a programming environment for designing and simulating computer models of biological systems. The environment supports…


Announcing the Try F# Website! www.tryfsharp.org

On behalf of Microsoft Research Connections, I’m very glad to announce the arrival of the “go live” edition of the Try F# website! TryF# is a new tool from Microsoft Research Connections that enables the learning of the F# programming language in an interactive browser-based environment. TryF# makes F# accessible to users with Windows and…


Tomorrow: Skills Matter Functional Programming Exchange, London

The folk at Skills Matter in London are hosting a Functional Programming Exchange workshop tomorrow in London. Speakers include Simon Peyton-Jones (MSR), Tomas Petricek (UCambridge), Simon Cousins, Matt Davey (Lab 49), Sadek Drobi, Robert Pickering, Adam Granicz, Antonio Cisternino and more. Enjoy! Don


Research Positions at Microsoft Research, Cambridge

Research Positions at MSR Cambridge Do you have what it takes to join the lab that helped produce the AI vision algorithms for XBox Kinect, which has already sold more than 8 million units? A lab that leads the way for industry and research with open, modern programming languages such as F# and Haskell? That contributes top-rate papers…