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  • Blog Post: Matthew's Bio

    Hi! My name is Matthew Tundo and I am a Software Development Engineer on the Windows Embedded team. My primary areas of focus are developer tools and servicing. Before joining Microsoft, I worked at a start-up company creating file system and network security software, and graduated from the University...
  • Blog Post: Mark's Bio

    Mark Rodriguez is a developer within the Windows Embedded Group with 24 years of experience in software development. He is currently working on the upcoming release of the Windows Embedded Standard 7 product, focusing on device driver support, componentization and tools. Personal interests include software...
  • Blog Post: Robert B's Bio

    Hey everybody, my name is Robert Baskin and I’m a Program Manager for Windows Embedded. I work on the Componentization team and focus on the security features of our product, but I am also involved in other areas of the product such as Embedded Enabling Features and Servicing. I graduated from Yale University...
  • Blog Post: Bo's Bio

    I am a developer for Embedded Windows team and currently working on components related deployment, servicing and build processes. Outside work, I enjoy cooking, outdoor activities and most of all playing with my son.
  • Blog Post: Brendan's Bio

    Hi, my name is Brendan. I am a Software Engineer for Microsoft's Windows Embedded group and am the lead for the POSReady product. I am originally from the Canadian prairies, anywhere from the fields of Manitoba to the Alberta Rockies. I graduated in Calgary with a degree in Computer Science in 96...
  • Blog Post: Norris' Bio

    I joined the Embedded Team as a Program Manager in mid-2009 following a great internship experience the previous summer---in fact, it was my favorite internship amongst seven. Since joining the team, I have been involved in a number of areas including shells and write filters. I am a Software Engineering...
  • Blog Post: Nathan's Bio

    I’m Nathan Black, a developer on the Tools team on Windows Embedded Standard. I work mostly on Image Configuration Editor (ICE). I’ve been working at Microsoft since August 2008. My previous work as mostly been in embedded and mobile, as I worked at a mobile security firm in Addison, Texas before joining...
  • Blog Post: Adam's Bio

    I’m a Senior Program Manager in the Windows Embedded team. I am responsible for Custom Shell Features because I am passionate about providing a platform that can be customized to the extent our embedded customers require. I have been at Microsoft since 2008. Before coming to Microsoft I had extensive...
  • Blog Post: Srikanth's Bio

    Hello World ! I am Srikanth Kamath - a developer in the Windows Embedded division at Microsoft. Specifically, I work in the Embedded Enabling Features team. I graduated from National Institute of Technology Surathkal (India) in 2006 and have been working at Microsoft since. My work focus has...
  • Blog Post: Brent's Bio

    Hi my name is Brent and I'm a software tester for the Embedded Windows team. I've been a part of this team since 2007, mostly working on the testing of driver packages and other driver issues. Lately I've been branching out into other feature areas as well. This is my first full time position in the...
  • Blog Post: Hema's Bio

    Hi, I am Hema Rajalakshmi. I am a Program Manager in the Windows Embedded team at Microsoft. I have been with Microsoft since July 2005. The work I do is pretty interesting – what I do is look at a Windows feature set (like, Internet Explorer) and break it apart into pieces and then put them back together...
  • Blog Post: J.T.'s Bio

    Hey everyone! I’m J.T. Kimbell, a relatively new Program Manager on the Windows Embedded team. I recently finished up my Master’s in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and I’m returning to the Embedded team working as an intern on the team last summer. While not at work, I enjoy spending time...
  • Blog Post: Hazel's Bio

    I’m a Senior Test Lead for the Windows Embedded products where my team is in charge of testing the Windows Embedded Enabling Features or as we call them the EEFs. I’ve worked at Microsoft for the last 15 where I have worked both in support and in test. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and worked...
  • Blog Post: Saravanan's Bio

    My name is Saravanan Somasundaram. I am a Software Engineer in Windows Embedded Team. My association with software field is around 7 years now. I have got a diversified domain experience working on financial Products, Telecommunication, Networking Products and Embedded OS. I have got a bit of teaching...
  • Blog Post: Sami's Bio

    My name is Sami Azzam and I am originally from Lebanon. I grew up enjoying electronics and computer games, and I chose to pursue an undergraduate degree in computer and communication engineering at the American University of Beirut. My academic thirst wasn’t fulfilled by undergraduate studies and I enrolled...
  • Blog Post: Peter's Bio

    Peter has been part of the Windows Embedded Team since 2008 working as a Program Manager (PM). He currently works on embedded Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) features, headless device support, and embedded-specific deployment scenarios: making sure that the deployment features Windows Embedded supports...
  • Blog Post: Ben's Bio

    My name is Ben Tucker and I’m a Program Manager (PM) on the Windows Embedded team. I joined the team in May 2008 as a college hire from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. My main focus in school was Artificial Intelligence. I grew up in and around Durham, North Carolina. In my free time I enjoy...
  • Blog Post: Abdelkader's Bio

    My name is Abdelkader Bahgat and I am a Program Manager with the Embedded Windows team. I joined Microsoft in 2000 working on international versions of Windows, focusing on bi-directional, complex script, and emerging markets products and technologies. I joined the Embedded Windows team in 2008 and I...
  • Blog Post: Oren's Bio

    My name is Oren Winter and I am the software development manager in the Windows Embedded Standard team. Since I joined Microsoft in September of 2002 I worked on Embedded, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 (Server Core specifically). I’ve been involved in Embedded and OS componentization since the...
  • Blog Post: Shaoying's Bio

    After I graduated from Carleton University, I worked at several Canadian based companies for years. Now I am working at Microsoft, and my daily work is focusing on componentized feature sets for Embedded Windows. Shaoying
  • Blog Post: Patrick's Bio

    Hi, my name is Patrick and I am the Site Manager for the Mobile & Embedded Communications Extranet (ECE) on the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Communications Team. The ECE is a restricted-access web site that is used for communicating important information related to each OEM’s license agreement...
  • Blog Post: Punit's Bio

    My name is Punit Java, and I am a Program Manager on the Windows Embedded team and my primary focus in the area of Boot EEFs. The Boot EEFs (or Embedded Enabling Features) area involves research around using alternate media such as flash for storing and booting the Windows OS. In addition to the Boot...
  • Blog Post: Ivan's Bio

    Hi, my name is Ivan Tang and I’m a SDET in the Windows Embedded Team working on the next generation of developer tools. Before joining Microsoft late in 2007, I was an embedded software engineer providing engineering services to printer OEMs such as Epson, Konica, Hitachi , and more. I’ve worked on some...
  • Blog Post: Sampath's Bio

    I am Sampath, an SDET in the Embedded Windows Team. I graduated in Physics and then in Electronics and Communications Engineering. I recently completed an MBA for fun. My career started as a programmer doing automation of a process control system for a Cement plant in the early days of windows NT...
  • Blog Post: Anup's Bio

    My name is Anup Vasudeva Rao. Ever since I wanted to pursue a software career, Microsoft has been my dream company. It always made me utter “Wow Microsoft!” whenever somebody spoke about their cousin or uncle in Microsoft. So it has been a fascinating journey for me from sitting wide-eyed and dreaming...
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