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More Development Jobs

Last November I posted several jobs from our software team, they were all filled. As VCE grows rapidly at a runrate of $800M at the end of last year, we are now having more jobs. In my group, I have two development jobs opened. Should you be interested or know of someone who may be interested, please let me know. My VCE email account is like <firstname>.<lastname>@vce.com, and my twitter is here. Besides these two, there are many other jobs at VCE covering almost all technical aspects. I can help refer you to our recruiters directly as well.

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We Are Hiring

I think it’s going to be the longest single post I have ever done because we have quite a few openings in our VCE team. We are building our software capability for what I called turnkey software stack for cloud computing on Vblock.

The following are just three openings we want to fill immediately: Sr. GUI Engineer, Sr. Build/Automation Engineer, and Sr. Software Development Manager (update: Principal Solutions Engineer). We also have more software engineer and QA positions whose descriptions are not listed here. If you are interested in any position, please feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@vce.com).

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