Carl and Richard get the word on oData from Brad Abrams, Bob Dimpsey and Lance Olson.
Brad Abrams just started as the Product Manger for the Google+ Developer Platform at Google. He previously worked on Google's developer tools for the cloud including Google Web Toolkit and App Engine. In a past life, Brad was a founding member of the Common Language Runtime team and .NET Framework team at Microsoft where he worked on various products including the base class libraries, ASP.NET, Silverlight and WCF.
Bob Dimpsey is the Product Unit Manager for the Application Server Developer Platform whose mission it is to establish the .NET Framework as the essential platform for building and deploying composite applications and services. Technologies that this product unit ships are Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow, Serialization for .NET, MS-DTC, Remoting and ASMX. He has worked on Web Services and specifically WCF for five years at Microsoft. Previous to this he has spent a dozen years focused on software performance for a number of key products at IBM including WebSphere, IBM's Java Virtual Machines, OS/2 and AIX. He graduated with a BS, MS, and PhD from the University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana.
Lance Olson is a Group Program Manager building developer tools and runtimes for data on the SQL Server team at Microsoft. Lance was a founding member of the .NET Framework team and has contributed to Microsoft's developer offerings for more than a decade with an emphasis on distributed computing involving data and services. He has an MBA from the University of Washington and a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems from Weber State University. In 2003 Lance co-authored Network Programming for the .NET Framework. In his spare time Lance enjoys time with his family, hiking, skiing, and fly fishing.
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