If I do not know better, I would say that Microsoft is trying to confuse us.
Access for Windows title appears to change with each release. At that time I started to use Windows we're 3.11, which is then updated Windows 1995 (NT 4.0, but also available). Then went to Windows Millennium Edition (although sounding quite similar to Windows 2000 is available) then Named Desire variants such monikers as XP and Vista.
Update to information in the earlier announcement...
There are over 45 positions to be filled and here are just a few of them:
Android Application Developers
Database Development Engineers
iPhone Application Developers
Linux System Administrators
Quality Assurance Engineers
Systems Security Administrators
Check out the earlier announcement below for more information. REI does development with both Microsoft and open source systems, so if you have any skills either way, it may be worth your time to take a look.
There's a long running "discussion" about whether Mono and apps written in .NET/C# should be included, nay- used, in Linux. Apparently, Richard Stallman doesn't think so... [Thanks to Slashdot for the reminder] He doesn't really go into the details as to why, but rather appears to be using his "status" to be enough justification to his argument.
If you are open minded and not simply a Microsoft basher, check out this fantastic explanation on Why Mono Doesn't Suck to hear the other side of the story. Then make up your own mind.
Me? I love my Tomboy!!