Landy Wang

Landy Wang is a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft Corporation. He has been involved in operating systems development for the past 25 years, spanning many generations and commercial releases of Xenix, Unix and Windows NT-based kernels. At Microsoft, he has architecturally designed, implemented and debugged all of the memory management subsystem (and contributed to many other areas throughout the system) for Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and Windows 7. This has included features like 64 bit Windows, Terminal Server, 32-bit PAE support, dynamic kernel address spaces, ASLR/DEP security, the Driver Verifier and many other system components.