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Does anyone know of a full legal power, contesting, dxer ham employed by MSoft as a tester?, Just cu

Bill-W9OL
Bill-W9OL Member
edited June 2020 in Amateur Radio Interests
I'm just curious as I subscribe to all the magazines pertaining to Ham Radio and never saw a byline for a Windows employee.
You would think with the dozen or so employees working in development, someone would be a Ham.
Just joking but there must be some employee on the MSoft payroll.
I fully realize that loyalty and I assume a non-disclosure agreement would exist.
Just curious, that's all. No issues with my Win 7, Ham only dedicated computer.
Runs fast, runs reliably, I don't remember all the features or tricks but it sure does what I need fast and reliably.

Going back to chasing DX....73 de Bill, W9OL

Answers

  • Peter K1PGV
    Peter K1PGV Member ✭✭
    edited June 2020
    KInd of an odd question, but... There's a MSFT ham radio club. They're pretty active. I hung out with them during field day one year, and they put out a super-impressive effort. Check out http://www.microhams.com if you're curious about the club. Peter K1PGV
  • Bill -VA3WTB
    Bill -VA3WTB Member ✭✭✭
    edited February 2018
    I know over at ESPN there is a large club also

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