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Finally: Microsoft for dyslexics

Apparently Microsoft has reached an agreement with Mike Rowe.
“Desler said Microsoft would cover Mike’s costs of changing to a new website and redirecting traffic from the old site. Microsoft also had agreed to help the teen get Microsoft certification training and other gifts, including an Xbox game console, he said, and has invited Mike to a technology festival in March at the corporation’s headquarters in suburban Redmond, Washington.”
Mike will aparently also be trained on Microsoft expenses.
So, all you guys with similar names like Michael Rau, Maik Row or however you’re called – here’s your business model: open a web site, get sued, and get a job with Microsoft. No need to pass these interviews.

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