… by being dummies. And to increase our embarrassment, someone thought we ought to go public on Wikipedia to document our stupidity. Yah, so proud of working here I am going to be stupid as well and blog about it. Welcome to the company of stupid.
After years the republicans in the US figured out (or did they?) that they need to stop being the stupid party ( http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/13/bobby-jindal-gop_n_2121511.html ). I wonder how long it will take Microsoft to figure out it needs to stop being the stupid company. Especially our top executive who can claim to be lucky ( http://money.cnn.com/2011/10/18/technology/microsoft_ballmer_web2/index.htm ) but who really is looking stupid:
– Windows Phone stuck at single digit market share
– the list goes on and on…
Are we being “strategic” or are we just being plain old stupid? Time to wake the hell up.
Let’s do more hits (C# -#1 programming language by popularity-, Kinect -took gaming by storm-, Visual Studio 2012 -developer goodies overload-, the new Azure -finally understands the enterprise needs-) and start freaking learning from our misses.