From interns to vice presidents there are some amazing women who work at Microsoft, and we want to feature them on Channel 9. Charles Torre and Jennifer Ritzinger have started a new series featuring women at Microsoft who work in development, marketing, research, and evangelism who have interesting stories to share about their success in the industry and ideas on how to grow diversity in IT. Meet these women at Microsoft, what makes them tick, and hear more about women and technology.
Meet Lori Lamkin, the Group Program Manager for Visual Studio Team Foundation. In this chapter of WM_IN, we find out from Lori what it means for program managers to “build the right product, on time”. After 15 years at Microsoft, Lori is still excited
about coming into work every day…
The Channel 9 team is amused because when you do a synonym search on the word intern you get terms such as imprison, confine, and hold in custody but being an intern at Microsoft is nothing like being incarcerated, we swear! J Hear from two women interns
at Microsoft who talk about…
Did you know that Steve Ballmer gives between 125 and 150 talks a year? Do you know what it’s like to write, coordinate, organize, compose, direct and manage those 125+ speeches a year for one of the busiest CEO’s in the world? Watch this video with
Katy Hunter who does this job…
Mary Snapp has been at Microsoft for 17 years. She is both a Vice President
and Deputy General Counsel, running a group of lawyers and paralegals that support all things legal related to Windows and its set of platforms. Jennifer Ritzinger, our WM_IN correspondent extraordinaire, caught up…
We still call it Indigo, but group program manager Angela Mills tell us about her team that works on the Windows Communication Foundation, plus she waxes nostalgic about her days on the UDDI team. Check out our debut edition of WM_IN: Women in technology.
Irreverent. Strong. Fun.
Does that describe the women you work with?
It describes Dee Dee Walsh, Jennifer Ritzinger, and Mardella Brekke.
Meet some of the women behind Microsoft, what makes them successful, and hear more about the
Women and Technology panel that'll happen on September 13…
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Suzanne Cook is a developer on the .NET CLR team. Translation: she's smart and she's a geek.
Anyway, she talks about loaders and GACs and other such obscure topics.
In this segment we ask things from "what's the GAC?" to getting inside knowledge of the .NET CLR Loader…
They are famous in the weblog world -- known as the "JobsBloggers" Gretchen Ledgard and Zoe Goldring give lots of tips on how to get hired at Microsoft.
Since every team we've interviewed lately says they have jobs open, we thought it would be fun to talk about what the interview…