New blood for non-Windows Microsoft OS Midori

Microsoft has added new blood to the Midori project with microkernel developer Jonathan S. Shapiro jumping aboard. “Some of you will have noticed that I have been conspicuously silent over the last three or four weeks. I have spent much of that time airborne, or in interviews at Google, Microsoft, and DARPA,” explained Shapiro. “After a […]

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Microsoft has added new blood to the Midori project with microkernel developer Jonathan S. Shapiro jumping aboard. “Some of you will have noticed that I have been conspicuously silent over the last three or four weeks. I have spent much of that time airborne, or in interviews at Google, Microsoft, and DARPA,” explained Shapiro. “After a fair bit of soul-searching, I have decided to accept a fairly senior position at Microsoft associated with the Midori project. The current plan has me starting there at the beginning of August.”

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