Girl Quits Her Job at Microsoft By Singing a Song on YouTube (Video)
Apr 23, 2012 13:13
So far, we've seen some several innovative ways to burn bridges or quit a job if you prefer. The Goldman Sachs memo on New York Times was a long one, but it'll probably not be as entertaining as Karen Chang's song. She sang it announcing her resignation from Microsoft.
It included quips about making cells and numbers dance, long lines of code and where she's going next. I suppose no exit interview needed for this one. Check out the video after the jump.
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