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Brooke York: Managing big accounts in the Biggest Littlest City in the World
*Note: This is a guest article by Brooke York for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely her own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. Are you passionate about technology and being a part of an organization that impacts businesses and people around the world? Are you interested...
13 Apr 2012
Free Maroon 5 tickets for the first 1000+ people in line and Jerry Rice at the Stanford Shopping Center Microsoft Store Grand Opening
Is it just me, or have I been hearing more Maroon 5 on the radio lately? Want to see Maroon 5? Or play Kinect with former NFL player Jerry Rice? On a recent visit back to Stanford, I noticed that they are definitely making sure everyone knows that the Microsoft Store is coming to the Stanford...
11 Apr 2012
Todor tells you about the different flavors of PM at Microsoft
*Note: This is a guest article by Todor Batchvarov for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely his own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. You are about to make one of the most important decisions in your life. Choose a career. You are few months from graduation or a few years...
6 Apr 2012
Find your dream job in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math): slides for DeVry HerWorld
Here are slides with notes I used to frame my talk for DeVry HerWorld. Even though I haven’t always used slides for the talks, I wanted to provide them for reference. Find your dream job in STEM View more PowerPoint from Alice Pang
5 Apr 2012
Meet Paul the O365 consultant: learning something new 365 days a year
*Note: This is a guest article by Paul Kotylo for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely his own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. Before I begin: The past year and a half of my life have been extraordinary. I’ve met people I never thought I’d meet, made friends that...
30 Mar 2012
Ke of the Finance Rotation Program: It’s not all about the Benjamins
*Note: This is a guest article by Ke Chen for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely her own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. Ever since I can remember, people have asked me what I wanted to be when I so-called “grew up.” I hated that question. Up until the age of eight...
23 Mar 2012
Rick the Consultant: Seeing the world, one custom SharePoint deployment at a time
*Note: This is a guest article by Rick Seeger for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely his own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. The one time he opted to travel by turtle instead of plane; this didn’t sit well with the client. I spent 147 nights in hotels...
16 Mar 2012
DeVry HerWorld: Barbie’s been introduced to careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)! Next stop? High school juniors and seniors in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Colton
*Note: This post was also featured on the Women in Tech Blog . Christmas 2010 present from a friend. What does it say about me when I quickly noticed that her monitor says “Barbie” in binary-Ascii? When I was in middle school, I remember being told by a boy that I couldn’t possibly be good enough at...
14 Mar 2012
Meet Tim the TAM (Technical Account Manager): He jumps over fires for his customers and empowers them with Microsoft technology
*Note: This is a guest article by Tim Bennett for the Spotlight on MACH series. The writing is entirely his own. No edits, other than formatting, have been made. Love technology, but don’t want to be pigeonholed into a specific technology or sit behind a computer screen coding? Want more face-to...
9 Mar 2012
What can you do at Microsoft? Introducing the “Spotlight on MACH” series
Last week I graduated from the Microsoft Academy of College Hires (MACH). Prior to joining Microsoft, I didn’t realize there were so many roles at Microsoft apart from developers on a product team, even though I’d interned at Microsoft and other software companies while in college. MACH facilitates...
2 Mar 2012
Hey students! Want to win great prizes like Windows Azure Platform passes, Kinect for Windows sensors, up to $8000 USD, and a free trip to Australia?
Round 1 submission deadlines for concept designs are rapidly approaching, so get in your great ideas! The Imagine Cup Challenges are open to students from all over the world: Kinect Fun Labs Challenge (deadline: March 6) ...
27 Feb 2012
Free DevCamps: Learn HTML5, Windows Phone, and Azure all in one day!
Developer Camps (DevCamps for short) are free, fun, no-fluff events for developers, by developers. You learn from experts in a low-key, interactive way and then get hands-on time to apply what you’ve learned. Where else can you get so much good stuff all in a day? DevCamp may even have Disneyland...
27 Feb 2012
Alice’s Top 5 DreamSpark freebies for students
One of the most powerful resources students have from Microsoft is DreamSpark , which gives students and educators powerful software to enable them to develop apps, games, tools, and designs. Here are my 5 favorite fun picks for students, in no particular order; because these tools really enable students...
17 Feb 2012
Evening with Industry: From freshman to industry rep
Last week I had the opportunity to attend Evening with Industry (EWI) events with my two favorite schools, Stanford and UC Berkeley. (I’m not a conflicted individual; this just means that my school will win Big Game on Saturday ) The events are organized by the collegiate sections of Society of...
14 Nov 2011
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