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Facebook Opens Engineering Office In London

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Facebook is opening a new engineering office in London.  The company will start with a small team, focusing on building a core of great engineers, and then grow over time and eventually focus on building products in key areas like mobile and platform.

Philip Su, a software engineer at Facebook, has moved to central London to lead the new engineering office.

Facebook is also hiring engineers in London, in case you were considering coding for the social network.

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