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Microsoft reeeemplaza a personas por MAQUINAS...

21/01/2005 - 22:04 por Diego | Informe spam
Microsoft reeeemplaza a personas por MAQUINAS...

Y los parches... XDDDD




Microsoft replaces people with machines
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article 841

It thinks they are better at testing

By Nick Farrell: viernes 21 enero 2005, 08:29
THE MIGHTY VOLE has cut more than 62 software testing jobs from one of
its Windows groups and replaced the people with machines.

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the jobs will go from the
Windows Core Operating System Division, which was only created in late
2003. Its job was to be a centralised engineering group working at the
center of versions of the operating system for computer servers and
desktops.

It is the second wave of job cuts at the Vole Hill recently. In
September more than 93 testers in the Windows Server division were
given their marching orders, with Microsoft giving the same reasons.

Those given their marching orders have the option to remain on the
payroll, with benefits, for six weeks while they search for new jobs
in the company. Employees who don't take new jobs at Microsoft will be
eligible for severance packages.
 

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#1 Carlos Lasarte
21/01/2005 - 22:18 | Informe spam
eres un coñazo como siempre, aunque pablito se vista pablito se queda.

Espero que esto resuelva tu problema, sino, no dudes en preguntar de nuevo
Para la Seguridad de tu equipo, instala el SP2 de Windows XP
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...p;FamilyID9c9dbe-3b8e-4f30-8245-9e368d3cdb5a

Saludos
Carlos Lasarte

Windows XP Home
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Microsoft reeeemplaza a personas por MAQUINAS...

Y los parches... XDDDD




Microsoft replaces people with machines
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article 841

It thinks they are better at testing

By Nick Farrell: viernes 21 enero 2005, 08:29
THE MIGHTY VOLE has cut more than 62 software testing jobs from one of
its Windows groups and replaced the people with machines.

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the jobs will go from the
Windows Core Operating System Division, which was only created in late
2003. Its job was to be a centralised engineering group working at the
center of versions of the operating system for computer servers and
desktops.

It is the second wave of job cuts at the Vole Hill recently. In
September more than 93 testers in the Windows Server division were
given their marching orders, with Microsoft giving the same reasons.

Those given their marching orders have the option to remain on the
payroll, with benefits, for six weeks while they search for new jobs
in the company. Employees who don't take new jobs at Microsoft will be
eligible for severance packages.

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