admin · Dec 7, 2011 at 11:44 am

Introducing the XDA Job Board

There’s a lot of really great talent on XDA. Often times we get requests from outside companies seeking to hire developers and engineers for full-time positions in the mobile industry. Before today, we didn’t have a place to post these job openings.

Today we are launching the XDA Job Board. This will be a subforum under the Marketplace and will be read-only. Each job posting will have its own thread, and each post will contain contact info to directly apply for the job. Our first job opening comes from Skype, who are looking for a software engineer to work on the Windows Phone app.

If you are in HR or are otherwise recruiting for a legitimate full-time job or large development project, please send a complete description to jobs (at) xda-developers.com from a valid company email address. We will do our best to validate the job before posting it live.


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