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Windows Weekly 337: Unstacked

Windows Weekly 337: Unstacked

The one where Mary Jo and I talk about stack ranking

In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss Microsoft killing off its employee stack ranking system, more revolving doors at Microsoft, Surface RT on Black Friday, Dell Venue 8 Pro, Windows Phone market share growth, the Visual Studio 2013 launch, Amazon's VDI in the cloud, and the coming next-generation video game consoles.

Running time: 1:57:25

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