A hidden web page has been found on Apple servers containing a job depiction for a “talented engineer” to take a shot at a “critical infrastructure component” and an encouragement to apply for the position at the Cupertino-based organization.
The web page, initially at us-west-1.blogstore.apple.com but since brought down, was found on Saturday by ZDNet’s Zach Whittaker and portrays a part inside Apple that includes “exabytes” of information and “tens of thousands” of servers, and additionally “millions” of disks. The early on post says:
Hey there! You found us. We are looking for a talented engineer to develop a critical infrastructure component that is to be a key part of the Apple ecosystem.
Candidates for the part should be able to plan and actualize versatile apps and web services, and be acquainted with Java 8, distributed frameworks, and current servers, as per the job depiction. The correct idea of the job is not given, but rather given that it identifies with web services, it could have iCloud, Apple Music, iTunes or the App Store as a main priority.
It’s indistinct when the part was effectively being looked for, but the way that it is a concealed page proposes Apple was wagering on the likelihood that potential candidates for the job would have no difficulties finding it.