This blog discusses artificial intelligence, ice cream, rule-based systems, ice cream, datamining, music, video games, ice cream, and Tex-Mex food. Not necessarily in that order.
I joined Microsoft in 2008. While at Microsoft, my shipped products have included BizTalk Server 2009, .NET Framework 4 / Visual Studio 2010, and the WF Migration Kit. I currently work on the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), a part of the .NET Framework. My current focus is on programming models.
Prior to Microsoft, I worked for ten years at ExpLore Reasoning Systems, a now-defunct AI/rule-based systems consulting company.
My primary area of personal interest is forward-chaining inference engines.
My public LinkedIn profile/resume is here.
Everything posted here is personal opinion, and is not read or approved by Microsoft before it is posted. These are my own views and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.
All posts are provided “as is” with no warranties.