Hi, my name is Jeff Lucovsky. I have been @ Microsoft since September 2003 working exclusively on Source Code Control. Most of my day-to-day work involves changes to the application tier but I have made some changes to the client-tier. Prior to Microsoft, I earned a living by working on that other operating system doing a wide variety of things including file systems, network file system (NFS), security, and TCP/IP. I also worked on an NT-based disk array processor for CLARiiON (now part of EMC), network mandatory access control for NT4.0 systems, intrusion detection systems (IDS) and most recently control software for Racemi (an Atlanta-based company).
Since I’ve joined Microsoft, I’ve worked on infrastructure — administrative and other related functions mainly. This includes web method logging, event log usage, performance counters, e-mail notification (these are called Alerts), and application tier Watson interaction (part of Beta2). I’ve even dabbled with our help system on the client system.
I’ll follow up with a post on some setup issues that folks are having with the recent CTP bits.