My career at Microsoft began in Windows CE (now Windows Mobile) where I prototyped devices for development. From there I moved into the incubation phases of the MSN Direct watch under MSR where I created the prototype devices and took the project through to launch. Moving into MSR proper around the launch time of the watch, I have since continued working on embedded device technologies, such as a capacitive touch controller, etc. However, the bulk of my work for the last while has been in FPGA design and prototyping for various hardware acceleration tasks in high speed processing, image processing and artificial intelligence.
Speedy Bus-Mastering PCI Express
Speedy DDR2 Controller for FPGAs