Matt’s Bio



Hi there!  My name is Matt Kellner, and I am a test engineer on the Windows Embedded team.  I’ve been here since April of 2004, and I’ve been mainly a jack-of-all-trades, providing various testing services and developing tools for several different groups within our team.


Before joining the Embedded team, I was a core tester for “Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge” for the Xbox, and I’ve been in several other testing and web development contracts here at Microsoft, totalling about two years of total work.


I have been using and programming computers since I was a kid and I am passionate about the quality of my work.  On my spare time, I also enjoy discussing psychology and politics, composing music, and taking care of my two cats.

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