The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 10, 1989, Page 5, Image 5
The Daily Tar HeelFriday, February 10, 19895 I if- ill .V -CT. , f S: ? f -t7' .; y ' W .. lay X, frv ; -. .,',W-a!J-; . . Stop fooling around. It's time to get hardcore about software. With Microsoft. We'll give you all the resources you want. Tens of millions in R&D fund ing. Along with one of the most elementary tools for thinking a door, which leads to your own private office. All backed by management that truly does speak your language, because they probably helped write it. We're serious about software design. If you are too, then sign up for an on-campus interview. Software Design Engineers We're working on everything from compilers, operating systems v and network ing to sophisticated graphics, powerful productivity software and more. In fact we're working on some truly visionary ideas we can't even reveal yet. You could be too, if you have programming experience and a background that includes micro's, "C" or Pascal, 8086, 68000, UNIXXENIX, Macintosh Toolbox, or MS-DOS. Program Managers Instant responsibility. You select the features, you shape the product, you design the user interface for new generations of software. Guide product development from programming through documentation and testing. Keep your product at the forefront of technology by knowing your competition and product trends. There are opportunities to work with our teams in applications, systems, languages, or CD-ROM. If you're about to graduate with a U.S. in computer science, math or related major, we want to talk to you. Microsoft offers you an opportunity to live and work where the quality of life is high and the cost of living is low the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Along with amenities such as a health club membership, workout facilities and parcourse, plus an array of benefits. Begin by attending our on-campus interviews on Tuesday, February 21, 1989. Contact your Career Planning and Placement Office to sign up. We are an equal opportunity employer. Trademarks are registered to their respective companies.