Mark Russinovich: How Microsoft is building its cloud future
Mark Russinovich is a legendary figure in the computer industry. A
former teenage hacker who went on to earn a PhD in computer engineering
from Carnegie Mellon, Russinovich cofounded Winternals Software -- a
Windows utilities vendor renowned for understanding the guts of Windows
as well as Microsoft itself.
After a stint at IBM's Thomas J.
Watson Research Center and after discovering a number of high-profile
Windows security vulnerabilities, not to mention the infamous Sony rootkit
, Russinovich joined Microsoft when Winternals was acquired in 2006. Russinovich is also an accomplished novelist, whose cyberthrillers Zero Day and Trojan Horse have been well received (the third novel in the series, Rogue Code, comes out this May).
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Yang had been studying a branch of computer science called constraint programming,
in which coders specify the goal of a program rather than just the
steps required to carry out that goal. When she realized that this
approach could be applied to privacy, she started work on Jeeves.
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