Forwarding this message on to the group in case it is a fit for anyone:
Terra Huffman sent you this message from Adobe Flash Eastside Meetup Group on Meetup:
My name is Terra and I am a recruiter at COMSYS. Maybe you remember getting a message from me a few months back regarding a previous job opportunity. I wanted to send you another Flash job we have in hopes that one of your group members might be interested. It's a contract position at Microsoft. If anyone is interested they can reach out directly to my partner Erin Murray [address removed]. Thanks Will!
The Windows Games experience team is looking for a solid, high- level Web Developer to create web templates to host our casual games. As a Web Developer, the candidate will work across MSN Games, Messenger, and Games for Windows. We are looking for someone with strong HTML, FLASH and XML skills.
? Help troubleshoot and onboard new FLASH casual web games onto the MSN Games and Messenger framework.
? Help wire up the Games for Windows pages on Microsoft. com and coordinate with our games for Windows program manager on new pagesto be built
? Build out more microsites on the MSN Games site which hosts game and video content
? Implement database driven interactive content, customized information retrieval and client/server programmability
? Support the team in utilizing current and emerging script technologies by working closely with production staff on a project basis
? Responsible for overall design, development and team coordination of high traffic websites under deadline pressure, communicating standards and defending technology and scoping decisions to information technology management and development teams
They are definitely working in the mode of a start up mentality. What makes their team unique is that they work on game websites that serve both the hard core gamer and the casual gamer. Their two websites are Games for Windows.com and MSN Games."
The vision of the Adobe Flash Eastside Meetup Group is to: * Concentrate on the needs of the attendees. * Focus on Flash (although, if there is sufficient interest and knowledge, this may expand to FLEX and AIR, etc.) Depending on attendee usage, there may be Design and Programming tracks. * Share projects, including showing, discussing how it was created and the problems (and solutions) encountered. * Address problems attendees are encountering. * Provide presentations on subjects selected by attendees.