Jennifer Marsman

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  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Lisa S. Jones

    After the tragic loss of her mother, this amazing woman was able to overcome the challenges of starting her own business and win a reality TV show!  Lisa S. Jones is the founder and chief executive officer of EyeMail Inc. , who build what Lisa describes as the next generation of email with audio...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Rebecca Norlander

    Rebecca Norlander is one of my personal heroines. Microsoft holds an annual Women's Conference, and I remember attending when I had just joined the company out of college, and being inspired by Rebecca's talk. She is one of the most senior-level women at Microsoft. Rebecca currently owns strategy...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Dianne Marsh

    Dianne Marsh co-owns a software consulting company called SRT Solutions , with Bill Wagner .  They focus on learning and implementing new technologies to help their customers make technology decisions.  Dianne actively works with customers as a software consultant.  She typically enjoys...
  • Blog Post: Software Development Meme

    I did not line up a Featured Woman post for today, but as luck would have it, I was tagged by Jeff Blankenburg to answer some questions about how I got into software development.  (These questions were originally posed by Michael Eaton here .)  So this counts as today's Featured Women in Tech...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Katy Kneale

    Katy Kneale is a Test Lead for the Online Management Platform and Solutions group at Microsoft.  She owns testing the user interface for several management products, like the Microsoft Update Catalog , the Asset Inventory Service (part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack), and the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Toi B. Wright

    Toi B. Wright owns her own consulting business, One Stop Designs , which does web development for small- to medium-sized businesses.  She started the company in 2003 and is the sole employee.  "Right now that makes sense for me, even though I occasionally have to turn down jobs." ...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Janet Galore

    Janet Galore is a Senior Program Manager on the Strategic Prototyping team at Microsoft. This is a small team of 11 people that support Craig Mundie in his vision as Chief Research and Strategy Officer by developing prototypes and demos to tell credible stories about the future. The team grapples with...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Carey Payette

    Carey Payette is a senior software developer at American Electric Power (AEP).  At AEP, she holds the role of Lead Developer or Technical Solution Owner on multiple projects.  Carey defines the application architecture and technologies to use on these projects as well as participating in the...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Karen Djoury

    Karen Djoury is a Test Manager of the Windows International team at Microsoft.  She is responsible for testing all versions of the Windows operating system in languages other than English and ensuring a great localized experience.  Karen manages a team of about 50 people.  Her team partners...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Amity Binkert

    Amity Binkert works as a contractor for a market-research company called novaQuant .  Using Perl, JavaScript, Python, and CSS, she designs and implements online surveys and transforms and tabulates the resulting data for analysis and reporting.  Amity lives in the San Francisco Bay area, but...
  • Blog Post: Featured Woman in Technology: Lidiane Souza

    Lidiane Souza is the Senior Group Program Manager (GPM) of the Microsoft Application Virtualization (formerly SoftGrid) team at Microsoft.  Virtualization can greatly reduce the cost of application testing and deployment.  Different versions of DLLs may be needed for different applications...
  • Blog Post: Friday Fun: Featured Women in Technology

    The shortage of women in technology is lamented throughout the industry. The fact that I started blogging very recently and was still able to get the URL "blogs.msdn.com/jennifer" when "Jennifer" was the most popular name of female babies from 1970-1984 straight in the United States [reference] is evidence...
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