(Sharing this in a blog post as several people asked me for internships on LinkedIn.)
For internships you should contact the recruiter associated with your region and university. You can find this person on the Microsoft career website. Go there:
And select “Student or recent grad ->” (United States). Then on the top right corner, select “Find Recruiters & Events”.
If you do get in, there is a big interns community at Microsoft and the internship experience is amazing (I have not gotten the chance myself but I managed and mentored several interns at Microsoft).
It sounds like agile, but truly it is this horror named compressed waterfall.
BitInstant compliance officer advise other on how to defeat “suspicious activity report” for money laundering
Talk about a compliance officer… He’s more a fraud officer than anything else based on the indictment content.
Get ready for a daring adventure.
Chinese cookie quote, from last month. Very much on point.
Serves 2, 5 minutes prep time, 10 minutes cooking
- One golden potato, diced in small cubes
- A bunch of mixed greens, sold in pre-washed bags at Costco. Enough to fill a large skillet.
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- Italian herbs seasoning, to taste
- Approximately 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Salt and pepper
Heat the olive oil in a large skillet at medium high heat. Add the garlic, cook for approximately 30 seconds then add the potatoes. Salt and pepper the potatoes. Cook for 5 minutes while tossing / turning regularly to cook through evenly. Add the mixed greens to fill the skillet, mix. Cook another 5 minutes, mixing regularly. Put in the serving dish, salt and pepper again on top. Goes well with herb butter salmon sold at Costco as ready to bake.
Both evils together give me less code
Dan, an architect at Microsoft, talking about a compromise design for a temporary workaround to lacking functionality in one of our new Microsoft products.
- Pie dough, follow pate Brisée recipe: https://davidburg.wordpress.com/2012/09/15/pate-brisee/
- 5 ounces thick cut smoked bacon, diced
- 3 eggs
- 3 ounces shredded Suisse cheese
- Half a big bag of spinach (I forgot to mark down the size of the bag)
- Heavy whipping cream, about 1/3 cup (I eye-balled it)
- One medium sized red onion (yellow onion would work as well), sliced
- 6 medium sized Cremini mushrooms, sliced. Mince the mushroom stems as they are tougher.
- 2 cloves garlic, crushed then minced
- 4 tablespoon olive oil, divided
- Black pepper, to taste
Pre-heat the oven at 400 F traditional / 375 F convection. Butter the pie dish then dust with flour for easier removal later. Apply the dough to the pie dish with no content. Pre-cook the pie dough for 15-20 minutes. Be careful that the sides do not collapse as the pie will need to contain liquid egg-whipping cream mix. If needed, reinforce the sides with cooked spinach and / or cooked mushroom – onion as prepared below.
In the meantime, heat up on medium high half the olive oil in a large skillet. Add half of the garlic and cook for 30 seconds or less. Add the spinach and cover. After 1 minute, mix with a spatula then cover again and cook for an additional 2 minutes. The spinach should soften but keep a bright color without turning crispy. Remove the cooked spinach, season with black pepper and save it.
Add the remaining olive oil and heat up. Add the remaining garlic and again cook for 30 seconds or less. Add the onion and mushroom and cook for 10 minutes, mixing now and then with the spatula until the mushroom starts to brown and the onion is cooked through. Season with black pepper.
Take the pie out of the oven and layer the prepared ingredients. Lay out half of the bacon cubes at the bottom, then half the shredded cheese. Add the spinach, then the mushroom and onion. Top with the remaining half bacon and cheese.
Beat the 3 eggs with the heavy whipping cream and poor over the pie. Put back to the oven for 40-45 minutes cooking. Probe with a wooden stick for doneness – if nothing sticks to the stick, the Quiche is cooked. Remove from the oven and let cool at least 5 minutes before attempting to remove from the dish. The Quiche will be very hot internally for a while – beware of burns if you can’t wait to eat.
Note: do not add salt when cooking the spinach, onion or mushroom. The bacon and cheese already contain all the necessary salt for the dish.