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Mythreyee works at Microsoft Research University Relations in India -- she works to improve Microsoft's relationship with universities and colleges in India and talked about her experiences working for Microsoft in India (she talked with us in front building
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Getting good talent is Microsoft's biggest challenge in India, Mythreyee says. She works in India as part of Microsoft Research University Relations and works to improve Microsoft's relationship with the academic community.
Vij is the product unit manager for the Microsoft Operations Manager team. Otherwise known as "MOM." MOM helps you manage your server operations and avoid common IT service woes.
Vij tells you more about what MOM is.
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Length of Video: 4:40 Being named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is a big honor that is bestowed to the most passionate users of Microsoft's technology around the world. Tameem talks about the honor, and how he helps other developers in India
build solutions on Microsoft technologies.
Length of Video: 6:07 Mahesh is now working on the SQL Server team, but he used to work on the .NET CLR team (the compiler at the heart of .NET). Now he's working on integrating .NET into SQL Server, and talks about that process. Plus, he speaks regularly
at TechED/India and talks about what he…
Sanjay Parthasarathy runs the group that includes Channel 9 (he's Lenn Pryor's boss' boss).
He's on sabattical for a few months now, visiting his family back in India (he usually works in Redmond, but this video was filmed in India). So, while he's in India he's working with the developer…
Ever want to look inside the .NET common language runtime? Well, Rotor is a great technology for you to check out. Is Microsoft's CLI implementation and it comes with the source code. This lets you get deep inside how the .NET system works. Gaurav talks
about Rotor and how it can help developers…
Length of Video: 2:18 Mahesh worked on the CLR team and was one of the guys who were responsible for making the CLR's performance better. That got us to ask whether he had any performance tips for .NET developers.