Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Mobile browser team is planning a “major overhaul” for the next Windows Phone release according to a recent job posting.
In a job posting, dated November 22, the software giant is looking to recruit a team member for its Windows Phone Browser, Search & Maps team. “Our team builds the IE Mobile browser in the Windows Phone organization which is one of the most used applications on the device” reads the job posting. Microsoft also explains that the browser is the most “technically challenging” application to build for a phone.
Microsoft is seeking a strong senior engineer that will be working on building the next generation IE platform for the next Windows Phone release.:
“This will include a major overhaul of standard support and new approaches to make significant advances in performance, power consumption and bandwidth utilization. Your responsibilities include making all these modern web platform features work on the Windows Phone platform.”