- Witcher - un review | Just for fun Three disclaimers : 1. I am a fan of Witcher 2. My English is pathetic 3. Please go through the pain of reading this long post, which is intended just for pure sarcastic purposes if you don't have anything else to do with your time. Thoughts I had during the journey of watching Witcher. NETFLIX (
- Mass PM layoff coming at Microsoft in mid-late FY18 Mass layoff and consolidation of PM (Program Manager) roles at Microsoft in FY18 Q3-Q4, especially in declining groups like Windows. Satya is focusing on cutting the fat and getting rid of unnecessary overhead that slows down innovation. Net positive for the company and stock value, but the country
- $2.5 Million, Lvl 69 at Microsoft!! Seriously? The compensation of engineers at FAANG can go this high? Seriously? Edit : This must be for extremely extraordinary people right? But then, what about average people (who simply complete all tasks and yearly targets, no over the top innovations, just 9 to 5 peeps)? How high can they go?
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- 40$/hr for a Data Scientist - Agilent in Santa Clara . 40$/hr I received the below email from a recruiter and the rate is 40$ in C2C . Can they find people who can work for 40/hr ? The company is Agilent Position: Data Scientist Duration: 3+ months Location: Santa Clara, CA Job Description: Responsibilities Your focus will be generating customer i
- vote Which offer should I pick? What would you do? Help give me insight please. Option 1.--- Stay at Microsoft. Manage a team, work on cool innovate stuff at a world recognized tech brand. I've only been here for 1 year though... Level 65 - Director title Base: $190k Bonus: 20% target RSU: $150k over four years. So $37.5k yearly. So this makes yearly TC to be: 265k TC Option
- Commercial Innovation: Which tech giant does it best? Technology adoption is a balance of new capabilities designed and marketed to meet consumer use cases that are known and unknown. This is a very tricky balance to get right and many orgs with fantastic tech fail because they built/marketed/targeted incorrectly. The pursuit of this challenge is wha