MS Researchers Jim Larus and
Galen Hunt lead an intriguing project where they've built an OS using managed code. The project is known as Singularity. In their own words:
Singularity is a research project focused on the construction of dependable systems through innovation in the areas of…
Andy Gordon and Karthik Bhargavan (researchers from Microsoft's research center in Cambridge, England) take us out to see "Lake Bill" back on Microsoft's main campus in Redmond where we avoid the geese
and talk about their Web Services Security research and get a tour of their…
Hunter Hudson, development manager, programmer productivity Research center, and Jon Pincus, senior researcher on Microsoft Research, sit down with Charles Torre to talk about spotting bugs and code quality issues in this three-part interview.
This is our last video from our trip to the San Francisco based "Microsoft Bay Area Research Center."
We wanted to end up with the developer working on the MyLifeBits project. So, meet Roger Lueder and get a look at the inards of
Hope you've enjoyed this look around at…
Gordon Bell has been a leading technologist for so long that we wondered "what did he miss?" If you don't know who Gordon is, he spent 23 years (1960-1983) at Digital Equipment Corporation as Vice
President of Research and Development.
We all know the stories of people missing…
Here's another 24 minutes with
Jim Gray. He's one of the big minds behind SQL Server. Terra Service. And so much more. In this conversation we talk about architecture of Terra Service, among other database-related things.
"I should talk about some of my lunatic fringe views on…
Jim Gray is a distinguished engineer in Microsoft's Scalable Servers Research Group and manager of our Bay Area Research Center.
That doesn't even start to do justice to the role Jim has played in the development of databases.
You might know him as the guy behind Terra Service or
The interview with the gurus who work in the Bay Area Research Center continues. Here Jim Gemmell shows off a "sensecam" that'll capture pictures and other data in response to lighting and other changes.