"Be the Next Microsoft Employee" (2012): "The show will debut online on Tuesday morning. It pits four veteran SQL Server gurus, selected from more than 100 applicants, in a series of head-to-head technical challenges designed to test their ability to develop business-oriented database solutions. A new episode, each about 13 to 14 minutes long, will be rolled each week until the winner is revealed in the finale on Aug. 21. And yes, the person who prevails actually does win a job at Microsoft."
Gavin Belson, HBO Silicon Valley: "It's weird - they always travel in groups of five, these programmers. There's always a tall skinny white guy, a short skinny Asian guy, a fat guy with a ponytail, some guy with crazy facial hair and then an East Indian guy. It's like they trade guys until they all have the right group."
Let's see - study comes from a Microsoft/Google/Apple-sponsored group that asks site visitors to join the CEOs of those companies to demand that Congress cough up $250 million in K-12 computer science education funding.
Do not meddle in the affairs of troff, for it is subtle and quick to anger.