Tim Sneath and Ian Ellison-Taylor on Windows Past, Present and Future
Carl and Richard talk to Windows veterans Tim Sneath and Ian Ellison-Taylor about the olden days of Windows, how it has evolved, and how it may look in the future from a developer perspective.
Tim Sneath leads product management for Flutter and Dart, working from Google’s office in Seattle. He recently joined Google after seventeen years leading client platform and developer teams at Microsoft. You can read more about his journey to Google here: https://goo.gl/6WDsGo. In his spare time, he plays the piano, battles with the New York Times crossword, and attempts to persuade his mother that her computer doesn't bear a grudge against her.
Ian Ellison-Taylor is the General Manager for Microsoft's "Presentation Platforms and Tools Group" including WPF, core components for Silverlight and related developer tools for Visual Studio. Ian has worked at Microsoft for 17 years and prior to joining the WPF team in 2001, had been involved in a number of "user experience" related initiatives on a number of different teams including Windows 3.1, Windows 95, IE, Java and Windows XP.