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Ten things you don’t know about Microsoft

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Abstract: Think you know everything about Microsoft? Join the fun and learn several tips and tricks about Microsoft software that can help scientists in their research, cool new technologies, and insight into Microsoft culture and history.

Biography: Derick Campbell is a twenty year software engineering veteran with a rich history of product development, product incubation, and enterprise IT management. Derick’s team in External Research ships free, open source Research Accelerators that help scientists and researchers accelerate their time to insight. In his recent career, Derick has been involved with several products at Microsoft, including dozens of Solution Accelerators, Windows SteadyState, and the Microsoft Solutions Framework.

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