Yes, he subsequently apologized, explaining that he was describing his own experience. He hadn't thought that perhaps not many women, if any, had enjoyed the same karmic blessings.
Still, this tweet manages to exacerbate the indefensible, which seems unwise. Already, the tweet has attracted an array of thoughts.
Some do, indeed, find it funny. On the other hand, devOPs engineer Randi Harper offered this: "Why did the programmer quit her job? Because she was tired of seeing her employer not acknowledge her existence. Karma?"
Microsoft's hard-of-karmic-hearing tweet was posted at 10:30 a.m. PT. A couple of hours later, the developer account posted a light mea culpa: "Our lighthearted (& bad) pun crossed into insensitive and unintended areas. Sincerest apologies."
Yes, it was just a bit of pun.
Updated at 3:37 pm PT with apology from Microsoft Developer Twitter account