Julie Larson-Green Q&A on Windows 8 design and experience

Posted by Michael Tanenbaum News | Windows 8 Dec 14, 2012
MIT Technology Review Q&A with Julie Larson-Green
The MIT Technology Review has published a Q&A with Julie Larson-Green, head of Windows product development and successor to Steven Sinofsky, who exited Microsoft last month. 

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The interview offers a thoughtful back and forth on the development and goals of Windows 8, specifically the Live Tile display and the integration of touch in future computing. Larson-Green has been with Microsoft for 20 years participating in the evolution of Windows and clarifies a lot about Microsoft's approach with Windows 8. 
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