Job Openings on the .NET Framework Core Team

Published 14 March 08 12:49 PM | kcwalina 

 

We have been incubating ideas about building a simple extensibility framework for some time. Now, as plans for the next version of the .NET Framework crystallize a bit more, we decided to productize the project. As a result, we have opened a job position (and most probably will be opening more) on the .NET Framework team. If you are interested, please see details here and send me an email at “kcwalina at microsoft.com.”

 

So, what is this extensibility framework? Initially, it will be a low level core .NET Framework feature to make it easy for applications to expose extensibility points and consume extensions. Think about what for example FxCop has to do define rule contracts and load rule implemented by the community. These are the basics, and we can talk about the broader and longer term vision when you come to Redmond for an interview :-)

 

This is a technical Program Manager position in Redmond, WA, and it’s basically exactly the job I did when I joined Microsoft. Besides working on the Framework features, all Program Managers on the core team have opportunities to work on API design and architecture projects.

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# Pawel Pabich said on March 15, 2008 11:23 AM:

It's a good move. No doubt about that but the question is whether you are going to take this idea  to the next level and let developers extend CLR and C# compiler?

# Wes' Puzzling Blog said on March 16, 2008 5:19 PM:

We have been incubating ideas about building a simple extensibility framework for some time. Now, as

# Omari said on March 17, 2008 11:56 AM:

Will the framework replace System.AddIn?

# kcwalina said on March 17, 2008 1:06 PM:

No, it won't replace System.AddIn. It will be either complementary or orthogonal, depending on your scenarios. It's a higher level programming model on top of activation mechanisms, possibly including MAF activation, COM, and simple CLR objects. MAF is a great technology for isolating AddIns from apps, and I see no reason to replace it.

# Wöchentliche Rundablage: ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight 2, LINQ… | Code-Inside Blog said on March 17, 2008 4:16 PM:

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# Brian Korzeniowski said on April 3, 2008 2:30 PM:

Where can I send my resume for this position?  It sounds interesting and right up my alley.

# kcwalina said on April 4, 2008 1:27 PM:

Brian, apply for the job at the recruiting site (follow the link) and send me email separately.

# Bob Tate said on April 9, 2008 8:46 PM:

Krzysztof, would this position be exclusively in Redmond, or is there a possibility of working from the Canadian Dev Center in Vancouver?

# kcwalina said on April 10, 2008 12:10 PM:

Hi Bob,

Unfortunately, the position is in Redmond.

# kcwalina said on April 10, 2008 12:10 PM:

Hi Bob,

Unfortunately, the position is in Redmond.

# kcwalina said on April 10, 2008 12:10 PM:

Hi Bob,

Unfortunately, the position is in Redmond.

# Krzysztof Cwalina said on April 25, 2008 12:53 PM:

Several months ago we formed what we call Application Framework Core team. The charter of the team is

# Brad Abrams said on May 1, 2008 12:46 AM:

The single biggest factor for success on any project I have been apart of in the last 10 years at Microsoft

# job core said on May 9, 2008 1:30 AM:

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