Taylor Brown is a Principal Program Management Lead in the Windows and Devices Group at Microsoft. As part of the base Windows engineering team he and his team focus specifically on container technologies, including Windows Server Containers and Hyper-V Containers. Taylor started his career in Windows working on the 1394/Firewire stack for Windows 2003 then on ACPI/power management for Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, he then briefly worked on the Microsoft Smart Watch (SPOT) team before joining the newly formed virtual machine team. Since then he has contributed to every virtual machine technology shipped by Microsoft including Virtual PC, Virtual Server and every version of Hyper-V enabling him to become an industry expert in virtualization technologies.
-Taken from his bio at channel9.msdn.com
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