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Bay Area

Microsoft’s presence across the California Bay Area is rooted in innovation. Our teams in Berkeley, San Francisco, and Mountain View enable Microsoft to participate in conversations with creative engineers and individuals working on the next big thing. Local teams develop strategic products within the intelligent cloud, re-imagine hardware, and are on the cutting edge of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. We embody the entrepreneurial spirit of the Bay Area, bringing over 30 different teams in the region under one roof, and one mission, to drive innovation that will impact the world.

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Principal Researcher - Quantum

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Santa Barbara, California, United States
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Up to 50% work from home

Software Engineer II

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Mountain View, California, United States
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Up to 100% work from home

Cloud Network Engineer

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Mountain View, California, United States
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Up to 50% work from home

Look inside Microsoft

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    Microsoft’s growing presence in the Bay Area

    Microsoft started in the California Bay Area as a remote engineering site in Mountain View and a sales office in San Francisco. Now over 35 years later, the region is home to a vibrant community of Microsoft employees working across teams and products to drive forward innovation with impact.

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    Aligning passion and purpose: Safiya Miller’s path to starting her own fashion line

    As manager of one of Microsoft’s largest strategic accounts and partners, after two consecutive years of gold club nominations, and being recognized as a member of Microsoft’s Platinum Club Circle of Excellence, she consistently performs at the highest level and is a shining example of how empowering others to achieve more means success in what we do.

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    A brow-beating challenge for HoloLens 2, solved

    How do you make a fully operating, untethered mixed reality headset comfortable? That was the problem our own Jason Williams and Michael Lin, both engineers on our HoloLens hardware team here in the Bay Area, were asked to solve for the HoloLens 2 device.

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    Microsoft’s participation in AfroTech demonstrates its commitment to include everyone

    At Microsoft we talk a lot about being intentional and building a workforce that reflects the communities where we work around the world. That intention was on full display last week in Oakland as Microsoft once again sponsored and actively participated in the AfroTech conference – an annual event that this year attracted 10,000 mostly African American and black tech professionals, start-ups, and entrepreneurs.

Life at Microsoft

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    Explore Microsoft’s world-class benefits designed to help you and your family live well.

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    We will only achieve our mission if we live our culture, which starts with applying a growth mindset.

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    Diversity and inclusion

    We are committed to celebrating the diversity around us and its power to drive us forward together.

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    Flexible work

    At Microsoft, we value flexibility as part of our hybrid workplace so that you can feel empowered to do your best work.