ZippyV said:fatfrank said:*snip*
And which dev centre is creating the localized versions?
Ireland localizes for all the European languages
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Or speech recognition in Windows and Office.
Microsoft doesn't spend any money on development or marketing in Europe.
A lot of MSFT's dev teams are outside the US - EPDC (Ireland), Beijing, and India. there's quite a few thousand dev headcount in those centers.
That question is designed to show how superior the intervierER is to the lowly interviewEE
The ability to determine another person's destiny is a powerful drug! Don't OD on it, blowdart
Ah it's a good excuse that when you don't get a job isn't it? But frankly is a load of bull.
Do you think I want to spend 3 hours travelling to and from the office to go through what is a painful process interviewing someone just to show off? No. When interviewing you'll find that most people want the interviewee to pass, they're looking for someone to fill a position, there is a need for another body.
What they're not looking for is someone *wrong* to fill it.
I wonder what the Mac icon on Windows could look like. A turtleneck and beret? A hand with only an index finger?
Does Windows support NFS yet?
Take a look at the 70-300 requirements page and read in horror and see that they aren't talking about variable names... but processes and standards.
Ugh, sounds more soul-draining than GCSE ICT coursework.
I wonder how many Microsoft employees had Microsoft's own certification/qualifications before they got hired.
leeappdalecom wrote:Ireland is pretty simuilar to england except the wages and cost of living are a bit lower.
FNGs at Microsoft get a corridor office with no windows or natural light. And according to the Internets, you'll be on ~$60,000
Perfect for you then. Apply; and beat them until they support multiple domains and catch all addresses easily.
- And "Notes" in Outlook Web Access.
- Removing "DoPostBack" from Outlook Mobile Access and make it all Request Resource-based
- Making Outlook Web Access Lite not suck when it comes to compliance with the W3C specs
- "To the spirit" too, so let's ditch the non-datatables, mmm'key?