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Peter Zatloukal

Partner Software Eng Manager

Microsoft Corporation

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Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known so...more

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Employment History

Vice President Engineering

Wildseed Ltd.


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Peter Zatloukal, VP EngineeringPeter Zatloukal, VP EngineeringPeter has over ten years of software engineering experience and 25 patents filed in the fields of wireless communications, Internet access and systems scalability.As development manager of Microsoft's MSN Internet Access service, Peter managed the software engineering team responsible for the development of MSN Internet Access accounts and billing services and client application software.Peter worked closely with Eric Engstrom to triple the subscriber base of MSN Internet Access during that time.While at Microsoft, Peter shipped MSN Internet Access 5.0, Internet Explorer 5.0, Windows Media Player 5.2, and Chromeffects 1.0. Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts in business administration, with a concentration in information systems from the University of Washington, in Seattle.


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The Kinect for Windows Team interviewed Engineering Manager Peter Zatloukal and Group Program Manager Bob Heddle about this very question. The short answer according to Bob is, “because they can do more stuff and then deploy that stuff on multiple operating systems!â€
But there’s a lot more to their answer. The four basic reasons that Peter calls out to push folks to upgrade to the most recent version are:


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www.identitymine.com [cached]

The Kinect for Windows Team interviewed Engineering Manager Peter Zatloukal and Group Program Manager Bob Heddle about this very question.
The short answer according to Bob is, "because they can do more stuff and then deploy that stuff on multiple operating systems!" But there's a lot more to their answer. The four basic reasons that Peter calls out to push folks to upgrade to the most recent version are:


LinuxDevices.com - the embedded Linux portal: Articles > View > Full text

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"We chose Linux for a number of reasons", explains Wildseed VP of Engineering Peter Zatloukal."Also, since most of our development work is in the application and object layers, we're glad to be using an Open Source kernel so that we can contribute to efforts that make it easier for others to develop embedded solutions," adds Zatloukal. "We feel that increasing the ease of innovation in the embedded space, even if it also strengthens our competitors, helps us because it broadens the whole market.We like the world where low barriers to entry fuel competition around what really matters -- a richer wireless user experience."Related stories: New Kyocera phone dons Linux-powered 'smart skins'


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