Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Twitter Job Posts Suggest Serious Business
Since the move to invest in people who can support projects signals maturity, it's now time to start generating ways to turn a profit and make money online. Some suggest that mobile will have a part in that, but none of the open positions directly reflect that sentiment.
One open position looks for a software engineer with experience working on large-scale search index and query processing systems. This person must have a focus on search applications and infrastructure.
Another software engineer position recognizes the need to get serious about ridding the site of spam. The full-time position asks for someone who can work with the "spam detection system" to make Twitter a "safer place."
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