Jonathan Carter was very interested in Entity Framework and Astoria. Last month, he started working for Microsoft as an Technical Evangelist. So he gets paid to share his excitement about these and other .NET technologies.
Guy Burstein was very interested in Entity Framewrok and Astoria writing lots of posts about the two topics. Today Guy announced that he has started working for Microsoft Israel with the Developer & Platform and Adoption team. He too says he has found the sweet spot of getting paid to do something that you are good at and love.
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Don’t get on the ship! It’s a cookbook!
For the curious, Billy explained to me a few years ago what that reference is to. A joke from an old Twilight Zone Episode, called "To Serve Man". HEre’s more on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_Serve_Man_(The_Twilight_Zone)