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  • Blog Post: Internship Program at Microsoft Innovation Center Karachi, Spring 2016

    Microsoft Innovation Center Karachi is now accepting applications for its INTERNSHIP PROGRAM of SPRING 2016. MIC Karachi internship is a program initiated to unleash the potential of young minds, highlight their creativity, talent and build their skillset on the latest. The program is designed in such...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2015 now Supports COBOL and you Can Make Desktop and Web Apps with It

    Every so often I skirt my intern duties to (re)discover something weird and fascinating in the world of software development. If you follow me on Twitter @gaessaki , I’ll let you know when that happens. © Computerworld 1984 - COBOL’s demise has been predicted since the Middle Ages (aka back in the era...
  • Blog Post: Building the talent pipeline: the HKUST joint lab story

    The following is the second of three blogs on the contributions of the Microsoft Research Asia Joint Lab Program (JLP), which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary. The JLP brings together the resources of Microsoft Research and major Chinese universities, facilitating collaboration on state-of-the...
  • Blog Post: Abdullah-Al-Tariq: A Microsoft Intern Who Ships Overnight

    When I heard the news that I am selected as an intern at Microsoft Bangladesh in their Development and Platform Evangelism team, I knew that this is the break of shackle that my career needed to contribute to the field of technology. Anyone can understand how honorable it is to be part of such a big...
  • Blog Post: Sheikh Abdullah Al Jubair: First Developer Intern at Microsoft Bangladesh

    As the title suggests he was the first ever Developer Intern at Microsoft Bangladesh, and the rest of the story you should read from him: If you ask a computer science student where do you want to do your intern, you may hear some common companies/places. You can easily figure out these places are actually...
  • Blog Post: Initiative Celebrates Industry-Academia Collaboration

    Snow fell across the United Kingdom on January 18, 2013, but it was not about to deter some of Microsoft Research’s leading visionaries from making their way from the brand new Cambridge lab down to University College London (UCL). They headed to UCL for a special day that would commemorate the...
  • Blog Post: Advancing Creative Research and Talent Development in Korea

    Korea’s Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE) recently announced that Microsoft Research Asia will once again be a key partner in the Information Technology Software Creative Research Program, which provides support to world-class researchers in that country. MKE plans to provide matching funds in...
  • Blog Post: Active Directory Replication: Change Notification & You

    'Normal" Active Directory replication occurs almost immediately between replication partners in the same site (5 seconds after the change is made). 'Normal Replication' between different sites (say Canberra and Dallas) occurs per schedule with the smallest configurable value being 15 minutes. This post...
  • Blog Post: Becoming a technical evangelist

    *Note: This was my first Toastmasters (icebreaker) speech, because I was asked to give my job title prior to delivering the speech and decided to give a 5-minute answer to the inevitable question. This also provides some insight into my role as a Developer Evangelist for the Spotlight on MACH series...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Our First Tech Student of the Month – Daniel Van Tassel

    Today we start a new “Tech Student of the Month” profile to feature a student whom we feel is doing something rather extraordinary using the Microsoft platform and toolset to develop software. For December we have selected Daniel Van Tassel, an exceptional senior at the University of Utah...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Our First Tech Student of the Month – Daniel Van Tassel

    Today we start a new “Tech Student of the Month” profile to feature a student whom we feel is doing something rather extraordinary using the Microsoft platform and toolset to develop software. For December we have selected Daniel Van Tassel, an exceptional senior at the University of Utah...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Our First Tech Student of the Month – Daniel Van Tassel

    Today we start a new “Tech Student of the Month” profile to feature a student whom we feel is doing something rather extraordinary using the Microsoft platform and toolset to develop software. For December we have selected Daniel Van Tassel, an exceptional senior at the University of Utah...
  • Blog Post: Internship opportunity on the Solver Foundation Team

    UPDATE 4/28/2010: We are no longer seeking new applicants for the position. Perhaps next summer! The Solver Foundation team is looking for an intern for this summmer! A short description is below – this is a software development position, where the focus is on practical application of numerical optimization...
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