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Hackathon sets tone for Nadella’s Microsoft

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella cranks a siren to officially start a global employee hackathon, in which thousands of employees from all different divisions of the company work on some 2,700 projects. The hackathon is part of a weeklong series of events called oneweek, designed to inspire employees.

Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella cranks a siren to officially start a global employee hackathon, in which thousands of employees from all different divisions of the company work on some 2,700 projects. The hackathon is part of a weeklong series of events called oneweek, designed to inspire employees.

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