Skype is virtually everywhere. There are native Skype clients for almost all major platforms, from the PC to mobile devices to connected TVs. But what about the Web? After all, it too is an apps platform, and a powerful one at that. Even though a browser-based version of Skype doesn’t exist at the moment,recent job postings by Microsoft have revealed that an effort to remedy this situation is already underway.
“Team at Skype is looking for passionate, team-oriented and self-motivated developers to help us bring Skype experience on to the Web,” reads a recent Microsoft job ad. “You will have a chance to integrate existing Skype solutions onto the web with the support of the backend services build from the ground up using latest Microsoft technologies.”
“Result of your work will be used by hundreds millions of thankful users worldwide.
You will work in dynamical environment with the team of true professionals participating in defining, designing, developing, testing and documenting one of the most popular applications of the modern world.”
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