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I just saw this in the Careers sidebar on SO:

Technical Evangelist
Microsoft Corp Redmond, WA

Senior Software Development Engineer in Test
iyeTek Kalamazoo, MI; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA

Software Development Engineer, Platform Tools Team
Amazon Seattle, WA

Web Operations Engineer (DevOps)
PipelineDeals Seattle, WA; Philadelphia, PA

Software Development Engineer - Middleware/Framework
Amazon Seattle, WA

Zalando GmbH Berlin, Germany

More jobs near Bothell...

It got my location right (I'm in the Seattle area), but one of these things is not like the others.

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I take the bug is showing a job for a company located in Berlin. – kiamlaluno Apr 5 '12 at 23:36
The bug is clearly Kalamazoo. What a silly name! – Ben Brocka Apr 5 '12 at 23:48
@BenBrocka - It's even better when you say it Kalamazoozoozoozoozoozoo. – Kevin Vermeer Apr 6 '12 at 0:54
Obviously, MasonWheeler is a misbehaving spambot. Why else would you live in "BotHell"? – jadarnel27 Apr 6 '12 at 18:02
@Jadarnel27:,_Washington. It's pronounced like "brothel" without the R, and I don't actually live there, but it's not too far from where I do live. Probably my Internet traffic is being routed through there by my ISP. – Mason Wheeler Apr 6 '12 at 18:05
That is a fantastic explanation of how to pronounce that city's name. – jadarnel27 Apr 6 '12 at 18:30

We don't always show you jobs in your area, they just have a much higher probability of showing up. We do this to make sure you get some exposure to jobs in other areas and so jobs in areas without a lot of traffic get some impressions.

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