One of the clear pieces of feedback I got on my recent post on productivity is that good, solid documentation for the platform is crucial.  Would you like to be part of making the BCL docs better?  I just found out that we have an opening for a Programmer Writer on the BCL\CLR team.   Come join the team.  Contact Matt (remove the “nospam” from his email address below) or submit your resume on the career’s site. 

 

 

Job Title: Programming Writer

Job Category: User Assistance & Education     

Product: .NET Framework  - BCL/CLR User Education Team       

Job Code: 111694        

Location: WA - Redmond         

Travel Required: 0%   

Contact::  mattc@nospam.microsoft.com

 The User Education team for the .NET Framework Base Class Libraries and Common Language Runtime team is looking for an experienced writer who can readily understand and use new programming concepts and leverage those skills to write quality reference and conceptual documentation for our developer audience. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who likes to work with cutting edge programming technologies and who enjoys the challenge of writing great documentation. Our writers use their coding skills as well as their research and communication skills to develop their knowledge of the product. Qualifications include a working knowledge of object-oriented programming, experience writing documentation for developers, and the ability to read and write code in one or more programming languages, such as Visual Basic.NET, C++, or C#. Two years work experience with Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++, or C# and 2 years of professional writing experience is required. Experience with COM is a plus. Other job requirements include the ability to interact successfully with program managers, developers, testers, and UE team members, and the ability to prioritize and handle multiple areas of responsibility. A BA/BS degree is preferred.