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  • Blog Post: Brendan's Bio

    Hi, my name is Brendan Rempel. 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...
  • Blog Post: POS for .NET FAQ

    Q. Is POS for .NET compatible with an OPOS “device”? A. POS for .NET is compatible with many legacy OPOS device categories. See the following posting for a complete list of legacy OPOS device categories that are supported: http://blogs.msdn.com/pointofservice/archive/2008/12/01/supported-device-categories...
  • Blog Post: Sylvester's Bio

    Sylvester has been writing software since 1978. He has in-depth experience in both retail and embedded development. He has been engaged in Unified POS over the years including advocating for and contributing to some of the initial proposals for a .NET implementation of the standard. He is excited about...
  • Blog Post: Ryan's Bio

    Ryan Berry graduated with an Applied Mathematics degree from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA in May 2006. He started at Microsoft with the VIEW team after being accepted to the Microsoft Test Apprentice Program in August 2006. After 9 months of on-the-job and in-classroom training, he moved on to...
  • Blog Post: Terry's Bio

    Hello, my name is Terry Warwick. I am a Program Manager on the Windows Embedded team focused on the Retail Industry as it relates to Point of Service devices such as Point of Sale Terminals and Self-Service Kiosks. I am originally from the heart of the Palouse Country in Eastern Washington where I...
  • Blog Post: Christina's Bio

    Christina Young is a Software Design Engineer/Test at Microsoft on the Vertical Industries team. She joined the team in August '06 and has been working on the Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS) and Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PC (WinFLP) products. Her primary focus is on Setup testing...
  • Blog Post: Bruce's Bio

    Bruce Evans is a Build Engineer at Microsoft since January 2007. Before coming to Microsoft, he has done heterogeneous builds using Windows platforms for 7 years. Before that, he was a software developer.
  • Blog Post: Katy's Bio

    Hi, my name is Katy 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: Gina's Bio

    Hey there! My name is Gina Bentley and I am the Servicing and Support Program Manager for the Vertical Industries and Embedded Windows (VIEW) group. I’ve been with Microsoft since 1996 and in June of 2006 I joined VIEW, applying my technical support background to further develop the Customer Support...
  • Blog Post: Shayna's Bio

    Hi, my name is Shayna Begun and I am a Program Manager in the Vertical Industry and Embedded Windows (VIEW) team at Microsoft. Together with Briand we compromise the Customer Pre-Release Programs team. What does that mean? Well, we work closely with our customers and partners and ensure that they are...
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