Language was something of a barrier until a fairly short time ago but the younger Chinese graduates are generally quite good.
Microsoft will hire 1,000 extra employees in China over the next year, adding to the 4,500 it already has in the country. The new staff will be added to the R&D, sales, marketing and services departments, Ralph Haupter CEO for Microsoft's Greater China business told reporters in Beijing. The Windows maker is trying to get its …
Really, because I was thinking that all the people accusing MS of having paid shills were actually employed by Google and Apple to go around trying to make MS look bad.
Yes, I have as much proof of that as you have of saying that anyone saying MS is good is automatically an MS employee.
People like MS' software, people like Apple's software, some people like Google's software, some people even like some of all the companies software. Deal with it.
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