I’ve asked folks who will be blogging here to send me their bios to introduce themselves, and the bios are slowly trickling in. Here are a few:
Dan Lovinger joined Microsoft in 1995 and is currently the technical lead for the DFS team. Since joining Microsoft he’s worked on the Windows kernel cache manager, the FAT, ISO 9660 (CDFS) and UDF filesystems, and also participated in the standards process for UDF while implementing it for Windows 2000. In past lives he was a sysadmin for the Andrew computing facility at Carnegie Mellon and helped run their distributed filesystem (AFS). He’s still waiting for Eric Raymond to finish his hex grid extensions to XLife so they can finally repost it.
Keith Hageman is a Technical Evangelist in the Windows Server Division at Microsoft working with IHVs, ISVs and customers to adopt new storage features in Windows Server 2003, Windows Storage Server 2003 and next Windows generation products. He has been in the technology industry for over 28+ years, and has spent the past 7+ years at Microsoft in the Windows division.