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  • Blog Post: The Concurrency Visualizer Debuts with the Launch of VS2010!

    Visual Studio 2010 is finally here and those of us who worked on the Concurrency Visualizer are thrilled about its debut (in VS2010 Premium and Ultimate)! We truly hope that our hard work pays off for you, enabling you to solve your toughest parallel performance problems. I’d like to thank everyone who...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Paulo Janotti

    I am a Software Developer working on the Parallel Developer Tools team. I joined Microsoft in 2001, starting on the Exchange team. Since 2008 I have been having fun and learning a lot while working on the Concurrency Visualizer. It will be great to share some of the things that I learned on this blog...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Sasha Dadiomov

    Sasha Dadiomov is the development lead of the Parallel Profiler. His previous projects in Microsoft were transactional memory ( STM.NET ), Windows Home Server ( WHS ), and Message Queuing ( MSMQ ). Before joining Microsoft, Sasha worked in the areas of CAD/CAM, text processing, statistics, simulation...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Mayank Agarwal

    My name is Mayank Agarwal and I am a Software Developer on the Parallel Computing Platform team.  I obtained my bachelors degree in computer science from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and completed my masters and PhD degrees in computer science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Authors

    Those of you who have been following this blog may have thought “So who are these people anyway?”.  We’ve been writing entries for the last few months and haven’t introduced ourselves.  Where are our manners? We’re now providing brief introductions (see links below) and those of us who haven...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Bill Colburn

    I am Program Manager on the Parallel Computing Platform team. I help build tools that enable developers to see and understand the behavior of their multi-threaded applications so they can improve performance through better use of parallelism. I have worked at Microsoft for over 15 years in a variety...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Robert Palmer

    I am currently the Program Manager for parallel correctness tools in the Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft. My interests span formal verification and HPC. Before working at Microsoft, I was a researcher in validation in the Corporate Technology Group at Intel. I received my BS and Ph.D. degrees...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Ryan Nowak

    Hi, I'm Ryan Nowak and I'm a Tester on the Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft. I've been at Microsoft for about a year and a half. My focus so far has been on automation and test infrastructure. Ryan Nowak - Parallel Computing Platform
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Daniel Moth

    My name is Daniel Moth and I was asked to share a short bio, so here it is: I was born in Germany, grew up in Greece, spent 15 years in the UK and now live in the USA. I work for the Parallel Computing team here in the Developer Division at Microsoft. For more info, feel free to visit my blog: The Moth...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: Matt Jacobs

    My name is Matt Jacobs and I’m a developer on the Parallel Computing Platform team. Born and raised in Westport, CT, I graduated from Brown University this past May and joined Microsoft in July. I’m excited to share some the things I’ve learned on this blog, and I’d love to hear from you with comments...
  • Blog Post: Author Intro: James Rapp

    My name is James Rapp and I am a Program Manager on the Parallel Computing Platform team. I was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I recently graduated in May of '09 and had the privilege of joining this team in August. So far, it's been...
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