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Business Planning, Director - Devices Marketing

Microsoft Redmond, WA

, you will identify growth initiatives, and make recommendations on how best to pursue those opportunities. In addition, you, and your team, will be… Ivy Exec


13 days ago

Subsidiary Product Marketing Manager

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

Define, lead, and execute business plans and priorities through excellent business planning, scorecard and ROB management for SQL Server in SMB… Ivy Exec


13 days ago

Director Product Marketing Management

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

for launch, readiness, compete and all segment sales and marketing activities to drive demand and revenues. The candidate for this role needs to be… Ivy Exec


23 days ago

Sr. Director, Skype Lifecycle Marketing

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

for Skype: Plan, develop and lead execution of global acquisition, retention and engagement programs and campaigns across all channels including… Ivy Exec


27 days ago

Director, Developer Tools & Azure Marketing

Microsoft Bellevue, WA

This role represents an excellent opportunity to innovate in product marketing and deliver against clearly measurable goals in a highly visible… Ivy Exec


21 days ago

Director, Partner/Channel Marketing

Microsoft Seattle, WA

Working with our LSPs and NPs, you will own or have responsibility for managing through partner marketing budget, cross-segment investment strategies… Ivy Exec


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    Development Manager in Office Division

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    Former Employee - Principal Development Manager in Redmond, WA
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    Pros

    Great opportunities to gain breadth and depth of experience in software engineering on industrial-strength applications like the Office suite. Breadth means you can move from desktop apps to mobile apps to server apps to web apps all within Office over several product cycles without having to change companies. Depth means really understanding a platform's "engine" by writing code that must meet high bars on performance, security, robustness, and stepping into many layers of code that isn't your own to track down problems. Learn all the best practices from working on long-lived industrial-strength apps, then do the start-up thing writing throwaway apps so when you take shortcuts to meet tight schedules and budgets, you do so knowing the trade-offs in maintainability, security, scalability, etc.

    Cons

    Insufficient "transparency" in work done by people in a group makes it hard at review time to know where you rank in terms of production and impact. As a manager, my hands were tied by privacy rules when I tell someone they produced less than the group average but could not identify their peers who did so much more than them, especially if their peers were folks in another team in the group.

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