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  • Blog Post: A great book for a greater cause

    You probably know that I am into photography and I am a member of the Microsoft Photography Club. This year Photography Club Members from around the world spent five months assembling and publishing a world-class, fine art photo book. The time and talent that went into this project makes every copy of...
  • Blog Post: What it's like so far on the OCS core team

    Some time ago I wrote about how I moved from the Speech Server team to the OCS core team. Now that I have been on the team for some time, I thought I'd give random thoughts about my perceptions thus far to those on the outside. First, it is a much larger team in several respects. Firstly, there are...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Parlano!

    OK, for those of you who follow Microsoft news this will be old news to you, but upon getting back from Israel and catching up on e-mail I read the announcement that we will acquire Parlano. For more info on this, you can read the brief on Parlano's site . Awhile ago when I was at TechEd several customers...
  • Blog Post: My life plan

    Recently I have formulated what I call a 'life plan' that basically specifies what I want to accomplish in my life and how I intend to get there. Currently there are four main areas that I intend to focus. 1) My work at Microsoft. Obviously I have career aspirations here and I need a plan to achieve...
  • Blog Post: Branded Customer Service and Microsoft

    Yesterday I wrote about my first impressions of the book Branded Customer Service and how I felt it applied to the two airlines I used on my trip to Thailand. A little more interesting, I will now discuss my opinion of how well I think we do this at Microsoft. So the first question is, what does the...
  • Blog Post: Interviewing tips

    I will take a brief step away from globalized speech applications today and talk about some tips for interviewing. These tips may or may not help you when interviewing at Microsoft because I differ sharply from many of my colleagues on how to interview a candidate. As many of you might know, the traditional...
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