May 26th, 2010 publishUpdated   Jun 1st, 2010, 6:30 pm

AT&T customers have been getting the short end of the Android stick for a while now. Their limited selection of nerfed Android handsets isn’t exactly winning over customers seeking a smartphone on their network that isn’t the iPhone. Maybe they are listening to the cries of the masses, or maybe their just getting smarter, but a job posting on CrunchBoard for an Android Senior Software Engineer is a sign that the carrier that lets you surf the web and talk on the phone at the same time might want to get Android right. Or maybe they just need someone who is even more capable of removing things like the Android Market and the ability to install unsigned apps.

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If you have what it takes, maybe you should apply and find out, then get back to us. But seriously, when is AT&T going to catch up to speed with the Android crowd? A few promised devices look like they could be good. We have our fingers crossed they don’t go flubbing them up.

[thanks, Dylan!]

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