It turns out, as you might have read, that one of the Russian "spies" who recently got sent home from the US was a Microsoft employee for a short time. Apparently he was there for less than a year and was in an entry-level role as a software tester. Plenty of observers have cracked jokes about what this Cold War throwback might (or might not) have found at Microsoft -- but we're going to abstain from that kind of behavior (for once). No, we want to hear from you, the reader: What do you think a Russian spy would look for in Redmond? What do you think he found? Send your best efforts to [email protected]
Posted by Lee Pender on July 15, 2010 at 11:56 AM
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