Continuing on with updates about team structure, I thought I would share with everyone out there in the blogsphere that I am now the Program Manager in charge of the Peer Name Resolution Protocol (PNRP). I am really excited to be in charge of PNRP because I think it is one of the coolest technologies that our team has delivered. Every time that I spoke to another product team in Microsoft or external developers, I would see all of these heads nodding along as I explained the utility of having a distributed name resolution system.
What does this mean to you guys out there? It means you now know who to talk to about PNRP. Have a question? Let me know. Want something changed? Tell me what. Doing something cool with PNRP and just want to tell someone, definately drop a note.
I will also try to post regularly about what we are doing with PNRP. There are always design questions for which I love to get feedback from the community.