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Userlocal: Copy of the infamous letter being sent to Linux user

“My name is Holly Lindsey and I am a recruiter with Microsoft in
the US. First, I want to apologize if it is inappropriate to
approach your organization. I understand lovers of Linux/Unix
sometimes don’t have much love for Microsoft, but I’d like to get
this information out to ALL the serious software developers.”

“We will be conducting interviews in Sydney in March for the
Windows Core Networking team. I have a deep respect for users of
Linux/Unix and know they are sometimes the most hard core devoted
programmers out there. We are looking for the best and brightest to
join our team to produce the next generation of Windows. The
Windows Core Networking team is responsible for building the next
generation networking for Windows workstation and server platforms.
This includes high performance network interfaces and transports,
networking services that provide security, load balancing, scalable
multicast capabilities and seamless wireless LAN experience, and
technologies to make networking self configuring, self diagnosing
and self healing. This group works with Windows Workstation
(Consumer and Professional) and Server teams to ensure that these
products are second to none in networking offerings. For more
information about this product see their site at:
http://microsoft.com/windows/default.asp.”

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