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Maura van der LindenProgramming Writer
Maura van der Linden has authored the documentation for multiple Windows Embedded products, and is now focused on improving and enhancing documentation of much of the rest of the Windows Embedded products currently on the market. She joined Microsoft in 1995 and has worked on a variety of products since then. Her past roles include a 12-year stint in both MSN and the Anti-Malware group as an software development engineer in test. Always a passionate customer advocate, her thought of “I should write a book about that” turned into her first published book Testing Code Security and led to a move from product testing to truly customer-focused instruction and documentation.
An avid amateur photographer, if Maura is not writing something, she’s probably taking pictures-- possibly of her husband and two sons.
Posted By Maura van der LindenProgramming Writer
It can be a challenge to learn a new product--or even a new version of a product you’re already familiar with--and the content team for Windows Embedded products is always looking for ways to make that process more streamlined and faster.
In response to customer requests for more end-to-end instructional content, the Windows Embedded Standard 8 help content contains over a dozen lab exercises that are designed to enable you to learn more about Standard 8 as you perform one or more tasks.
These lab exercises are a new addition to our help content and our documentation team worked hard to cover a range of basic and advanced topics. The lab exercises are ordered, so that you have the option of completing more basic exercises before moving on to more advanced ones. If there are dependencies on other lab exercises, those are clearly stated in the prerequisites section.
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