COM.Geo students to get early access to Windows Phone 8

We have been waiting for a long time to get our hands on the new Windows Phone 8 operating system by Microsoft. But it looks like we will be the last ones to try it out. Microsoft has offered internship jobs to Geo-Spatial Computer Science students, both undergraduate and graduate students. Yes, I know, they are lucky. Microsoft will be offering the apps developed by these students to the general public with the new operating system.

This is not the first time Microsoft has done this. We have already seen a very similar act by Microsoft on its desktop operating system where it showcased apps created by intern students. The new mobile operating system, the Windows Phone 8, is said to have new and improved Local Scout location feature, which means that there will be new API’s these computer science students can enjoy and write codes with.

The following is the ad and other details that the Remond based operating system giant has released:

Summer Interns for Microsoft Projects

– Mobile Phone Application Development COM.Geo Institute Washington DC Area

Job Description

COM.Geo Institute, partnering with Microsoft, is looking for multiple smart, motivated undergraduate or graduate students to develop several small mobile-phone projects on Microsoft Windows Phone 8.

Position Requirements: –

undergraduate or graduate students, preferably in Computer Science or Information Technology (or related field)

Programming skill is required.

Any mobile platform development experience (Windows Mobile, iPad/iPhone, Android) is preferable

Research experience is a plus

Good communication skills

Self-motivated, well-organized

Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

All selected interns will have great opportunities and benefits:

1) obtain intensive training on mobile development directly by Microsoft and COM.Geo

2) team up to participate in the Microsoft Mobile American Contest

3) participate in exclusive mentoring and professional development events

4) attend COM.Geo 2012, one of the leading computing conferences, on July 1-3 in Reston, VA (Washington DC area)

5) gain great experience and make connections with world-class people in industry, federal government, and academia.

6) gain develop skills, strengthen resumes, and learn about a field

7) and many more…

If interested, please send your resume to [email protected]