Richard Ward: Windows Architecture - Past, Present and Future

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Artists embody a diverse set of talents and interests. This gives them a rich array of experiences to draw upon in their work. In the same way, Richard Ward brings an eclectic background and collection of interests to his efforts at Microsoft.  He brings this diversity to his own art of programming within the Windows Core Architecture team.

While most Windows developers are focusing on the next version of Windows, Richard and his team are already hard at work on the version which will follow. In this episode of Behind The Code, we will discover what experiences Richard finds most helpful, as he focuses on building out the core infrastructure components of what will, one day, be running on the vast majority of the world’s computers.

Read Richard Ward’s { End Bracket } column in MSDN Magazine.


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