Registrado: 8 May 2013
Eros y Thanatos, el sexo vende.
....esta señora o señorita...no tiene relacion y mucho menos eXperiencia y conocimientos en videojuegos......(me van a llover ostias, pero es asi.)...que piensa el ballmes que por poner una mujer al frente nos va a vender el "ferrari"...y nos vamos a callar.encima.....
Julie Larson-Green (born 1962) is in charge of the Windows division at Microsoft. She will be running the engineering part of Windows. Larson-Green has worked with Microsoft for 19 years. In 1997, she started working on the Microsoft Office team. She won a technical leadership award in 2003.
Larson-Green grew up in Maple Falls, in Whatcom County, Washington state.
Larson-Green graduated with a degree in business administration from Western Washington University. She got her first job in Aldus for tech support. They were the creator of PageMaker Desktop Publishing Software that was later taken over by Adobe Systems. She is a self-taught programmer.This is evident in her urge to work with computers even before she used one. She did her Master's in Computer Science at the same time. She was then recruited as Development lead at Aldus. In 1993, Julie joined Microsoft as a program manager for Visual C++.
In Microsoft, user experience became her passion. She has overseen the successful launch of Microsoft operating system, Windows 7. In 1997, she joined the Office team. She led UI design for Office XP, Office 2003, and Office 2007, as seen in her official Microsoft biography. Julie Larson-Green has been Corporate Vice President, Program Management, Windows Client. She has had between 1,200 and 1,400 program managers, researchers, content managers and other members of the Windows team reporting to her. She worked on the user experience for IE 3.0 and 4.0 and then, in 1997, to the Office team to work on FrontPage, where she got her first group program manager job. She also did a stint on the SharePoint Team Services team, back when SharePoint was known as "Office.Net."