That's right... another job posting. :-)

yahoo bangalore

As Chad noted recently, part of the Yahoo! Developer Network team lives in our Bangalore office (hard to believe it's been 3 years since I visited!) and they're hiring.

The official description is roughly this:

Yahoo! Bangalore is looking for a strong senior engineer/lead engineer for its team that works for Yahoo! Developer Network ( Opportunities and challenges include designing, building and evolving products in the emerging areas of web services and web platforms. Technical requirements for the job include C++, Unix and/or web services/XML skills. Also important are: innovative mindset, ability to learn quickly and desire to work in the fast-paced Internet industry. Experience in building highly-scalable high-performance systems is a big plus.

There are some seriously talented folks in our Bangalore office. It'd be an honor to work with them. Plus you get to help expose new APIs to thousands and thousands of eager developers.

So if you're in their neighborhood and looking for a better job, drop me a line. If you're a staffing company, please keep me off your list(s).

Posted by jzawodn at August 09, 2006 08:45 PM

Reader Comments
# Kevin Burton said:

Hm..... maybe some bay area geeks can outsource themselves! :)

on August 10, 2006 03:56 AM
# K Patel said:

Thanks for posting Yahoo Job detail. I have forwarded it to Software Friends in Banglore.

on August 10, 2006 07:10 AM
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