February, 2005

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About Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

As a Product Unit Manager for Visual Studio Languages, I manage Microsoft’s .NET programming languages: VB, C#, F#, IronPython and IronRuby.  In my seventeen year tenure at Microsoft, I have worked in a variety of roles on a wide range of development tools, including Visual C#, Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications, VBScript, JScript, Visual J++, and OLE Automation.  I am one of the designers of the C# language, and holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University.

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, including my wife Martha, my daughter Mimi (7), and my son Ian (5).  I also enjoy cycling and golf.

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    Office System Developer Conference

    While I was on vacation, the Office System Developer Conference happened in Redmond. From the news pieces I've seen, it sounds like the conference went very well. Here are some of the links I found: CNet : Speaking to a crowd of Office developers, Microsoft...
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    The athletic club that a lot of MS employees belong to recently started a Dodgeball league, and we have a C# team. The name of our team is "try catch". It's been a good break from Whidbey to run around and act like a 10-year-old at least once a week....
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    Back from vacation

    I returned yesterday from vacation, a week-long trip to Hawaii with my wife and kids. We lived in Honolulu from 1997-2001 and it was our first time back. During most of the VS 2002 development (C# 1.0), I telecommuted from Hawaii. I feel very fortunate...
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