July 2, 2006

Why work at Microsoft ? Reason #1

JimWhat’s better than working with a talented group of engineers in data mining? How about working with the guy who created data mining in the first place? Rakesh Agrawal, who is credited with creating data mining (the science of extracting trends from large and often disparate databases), joined us as a technical fellow in the company's Search Labs. I thought to myself, “How cool!�

I then began to wonder about some of the other tech celebrities wandering halls on campus. So I began looking around and found a few interesting tidbits.

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What makes Microsoft such a great opportunity is the people you work with.