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Semantic Technology Jobs: Bing

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Bing is looking for a Senior Software Development Engineer in Bellevue, WA.


Bing is looking for a Senior Software Development Engineer in Bellevue, WA. The post states, “The Bing Local Search Relevance Platform team is responsible for building the world best relevance platform to serve the user’s search intent regarding location, business, address on web, mobile and map entry points and ensure the market expansion for Bing local search faster and cheaper crossing the world.  Location and local query understanding is an important part of local search platform and we are looking for the talent who is interested in solving hard relevance problem in the scalable way: mining against large volume of data from web and internal logs; building scalable solution to construct the machine learned query intent classifiers and query parsers and other ranking features based on query and query context; handling the requests from markets about localization experience and design the platform feature to support the search relevance improvements for different cultures.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Degree in Computer Science or related technical field; Master or PhD a plus. Extensive programming experience in C++/C#. 5+ years’ experience in architecting, developing and delivering advanced engineering projects. Proven track record on shipping products/services with high quality. Passionate and self-motivated. Strong knowledge of data structures and algorithms. Experience with machine learning, data mining, natural language processing, pattern recognition and information retrieval is a strong plus.”


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