updated 11/7/2006 10:23:49 PM ET 2006-11-08T03:23:49

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Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to have a job where you could change the world? Or what it would be like to work on a web site with many millions of unique users every month, and billions of page views each year?

Visit with the MSNBC.com team at the DevConnections conference in Las Vegas for a special session on Election Night (Tuesday, November 7), and you’ll find out.

By going behind the scenes with us on one of the busiest days of our year, you’ll get a unique inside look at our live technology and operations processes as we give the nation the vote results and analysis. In return, we want to find out about you, and see if you have what it takes to succeed on our team. Both pre-registration and an NDA will be required, and attendance is extremely limited, to enable one-on-one discussions.

To pre-register please submit your resume to jobs@msnbc.com with DevConnections in the subject line.  All applicants will be reviewed and the winners will receive a confirmation in email on how to claim their ticket for the event.

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