On September 26, Satya Nadella, C.E.O. of Microsoft, will join us for a #TimesTalks to discuss his journey at one of the world’s largest and most innovative companies.
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Satya Nadella will discuss his upcoming book, "Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft’s Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone," at The New York Times - TimesTalks on 9/26. Learn more about the book and pre-order it here: hitrefreshbook.com.
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The name of the book is a definite winner. It is a refresh and I have experienced it personally. Things have changed and are for the good.
Microsoft has sucked since Gates and Ballmer left it. Windows updates actually make things worse. New software like Edge, Groove and Paint 3D, are horrible compared to the old original programs, not Apps. Stop writing useless feel good books and work at making Microsoft relevant again.
With Satya Nadella Microsoft was strong changed. More open source projects, freer products. I think it's OK with software in general. But hardware projects do have permanent troubles. The reason why I think so - the low quality and reliability of equipment. The last article of Consumer Reports says the same -
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