Working at Microsoft

I wrote my “Why I love working at Microsoft” post nearly a year ago, but Dare Abasanjo (author of RSS Bandit) has great retrospective of his 5 years at Microsoft, and ends with a graphic from Scott Hanselman’s post about joining Microsoft.  Not to mention Gretchen’s recent Flexible Working Arrangement post, and even MiniMSFT is semi-contented with how things are going on the mother ship.

Great reading, and Scott’s picture nicely summarizes why I get out of bed each morning.

Comments (3)

  1. ddf says:

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