My team is hiring developers in the high-scale data space that have experience building data and analytics pipelines. The ideal candidate is someone with a deep understanding of Lamda architecture an
I’ve been at Microsoft since 2003. I started as a Dev in Windows, then Dev Lead for the Learning Platform, then Dev Lead in MSDN, then Dev Lead in Bing, then a Dev Lead at MSN, then a Dev Manager for
My career is progressing in what appears to be five year cycles. Back in 2004, five years into my software dev career, I made the move from independent contractor to Microsoft employee. Five years int
I run the Creative Entry Points dev team within Microsoft Advertising. We build the UI and APIs that allows partners to get Ad Assets (images, videos, text) into the Ads system. I’m rethinking things.
An interview candidate recently asked me what I thought of the Microsoft employee review model. I don’t hate it and I don’t love it. I personally tend to not stress about things I can’t change. I’m mo
I joined MSN three years ago to help them turn around the Tools team and that work is done. The team is in a really good place now, so it’s time to move on. Honestly, the MSN Tools team was one the mo
The is a post in a blog series I’m writing called "Microsoftie Perks" Microsoft allows all Microsofties to take Microsoft Certification Exams for free. Non-Microsofties pay $150 an exam and
The is a post in a blog series I’m writing called "Microsoftie Perks" Microsoft gives all Microsofties FREE MSDN, TechNet and Azure Subscriptions. With the free MSDN Subscription comes a f