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Microsoft Hiring Program Managers for SQL

Anyone interested in working for Microsoft on future editions of SQL Server might want to check out this blog post from Lead Program Manager Debra Dove.

Anyone interested in working for Microsoft on the next and future editions of SQL Server might want to check out this blog post from Lead Program Manager Debra Dove.

According to Dove, Microsoft is looking to hire several "Data Programmability" program managers this year. Candidates will work with the data access stacks across the SQL Server line.

"We're gearing up for the next release of the SQL Server, and we are looking for people that have a passion for building great data access technologies and frameworks to help with the effort," Dove wrote. "If you are interested in designing the next set of APIs and tackling challenging technical subjects...and want to work for a team who is focused on shipping great technologies, we're interested in hearing from you."

According to her post, candidates should contact Dove directly at [email protected].

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