Here’s a mail that I sent this week at work:
Almost 14 years ago, I started off in Building 31/3381 (technically a window office) debugging IE stress failures. For someone fresh out of college, who’s only experience in x86 assembly was a class assignment to program Conway’s Game of Life
, this was a daunting assignment. Fourteen years later, I’m still spending time debugging crashes, and I still enjoy it. But it’s time to exit this frame and push a new frame on the stack. I’ve decided to seek an opportunity outside of Microsoft.
I’m not good at goodbye mails. And my interpretive dance skills sort of suck. So I wrote a little app instead (you can grab the zip file from my Dropbox). And remember: Have fun.
Next week, I’ll follow up with instructions on debugging the app…
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