T-Mobile: Looking For A Few Good Coders…And More!
T-Mobile is building up a substantial team of Android developers, architects, and QA engineers to help propel the T-Mobile G1 and tackle the cutting edge of tomorrow’s coolest products and services. So, if you have mobile industry engineering experience and want to get in on the ground floor of an Android engineering team, this may be the opportunity for you.
They are looking for software developers, architects and project managers for three US locations: Sunnyvale, CA; Richmond, VA; and Bellevue, WA.
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