Bytes by MSDN: Mary Jo Foley and Tim Huckaby
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Join Tim Huckaby and the infamous Mary Jo Foley, Editor of ZDNets "All About Microsoft" for a great discussion around women in technology. Mary Jo talks about the women at Microsoft that she has interviewed and the amazing stories of inspiration of these unsung heroes that are passionate about innovation in gaming, phone programming and more. Don't miss out on this insightful interview!
Mary Jo Foley has been a tech reporter for more than 25 years. She has spent many of those years covering the people, products and strategies from Microsoft. She is currently editor of the ZDNet "All About Microsoft" blog (www.allaboutmicrosoft.com) and is the author of Microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft Plans to Stay Relevant in the Post-Gates Era (John Wiley & Sons).
Tim Huckaby is focused on the Natural User Interface (NUI)- Touch, Gesture, and Neural, in Rich Client Technologies on a broad spectrum of devices Tim has been called a "Pioneer of the Smart Client Revolution" by the press. Tim has been awarded many times for the highest rated technical presentations and keynotes for Microsoft and many other technology conferences around the world. Tim has been on stage with, and done numerous keynote demos for many Microsoft executives including Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Tim founded InterKnowlogy, a custom application development company, in 1999 and Actus Interactive Software in 2011 and has over 30 years of experience including serving on a Microsoft product team as a development lead on an architecture team on a Server Product. Tim is a Microsoft Regional Director, a Microsoft MVP and serves on many Microsoft councils and boards like the Microsoft .NET Partner Advisory Council.