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Pavel BanskyProgram Manager
Pavel Bansky is a Program Manager on the Windows Embedded team in Microsoft. Pavel joined Microsoft in 2006, working in consulting services and field engineering, with a focus on mobile and embedded solutions. Inside the Windows Embedded team he worked on extensibility features of Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 and its SDK. Currently he is working on Windows Embedded Compact.
Pavel likes to spend his time in the mountains around Seattle, where he hikes, snowboards or rides his motorcycle. When not outside, he likes to play with micro controllers and explore how things work.
Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager
Good morning [place your current location here] and welcome to Approaching Embedded Intelligently. My name is Pavel Bansky and I work as a Program Manager in Windows Embedded team. I will be writing posts not only about Windows Embedded Device Manager but also other cool stuff we are doing here in Windows Embedded. Let me start with this Q&A article and stay tuned for more.
Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 has been available on the market for about a year now. As the number of potential or actual users is increasing, there is a set of frequently asked questions that I hear. Let me go through the top ten of these questions in this article.
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