One of the notices that appear among job opportunities on the Microsoft Talent Network page has sparked the news. Microsoft may soon be working on a web version of Skype.
Since Microsoft acquired Skype last year, this was one of the rumored possibilities, which is now fueled by this announcement. The notice specifically comments that the Skype division at Microsoft is seeking Passionate developers, focused and motivated team to help us bring the Skype experience to the web.
Due to the requirements established for those who wish to be part of this project, other details also emerge, which at the moment are only conjectures, but you can review the notice in this link and draw your own conclusions about what Microsoft is bringing between hands.
It will not be the first time that a job notice sparks this rumor, as in late 2010, when a similar job offer was launched by the Skype team.
It remains to be seen if from Microsoft they give any confirmation and throw more details on this news that is already beginning to tour the web. But without a doubt, the idea of not depending on applications or a social network to use Skype, but is as easy as accessing our browser, is more than attractive.
Goes: microsoft-careers.com and LiveSide