Meet one of the faces behind Live.com

Recently Maryam interviewed Sanaz Ahari of Microsoft’s Live.com in her brand new office up in Redmond, WA. She talks about a range of stuff, including what it’s like to be a woman working in tech, along with what’s coming from the Live.com team. She is the main program manager on the home page team (what you see when you visit http://www.live.com ).

Interview with Sanaz.
Demo of Live.com by Sanaz.

10 thoughts on “Meet one of the faces behind Live.com

  1. I think it is great to see your Maryam so involved in the same work and I wouldn’t call Live scraps 😉

    BTW I applaud your restraint in dealing with some of the comments that have come your way on the whole support issue. Disagreement and public discourse are great but when people take personal shots or worse yet at ones kids that’s not a debate on an issue supported with facts and philosophical viewpoints but simply a poor substitute in lieu of absence of facts, or worse yet a Psych 101 textbook case of arrested emotional development. (I actually wrote an entry on this titled Blogging, Etiquette, and the De-Evolution of Emotional Maturity).
    Keep up the good work. For those that can’t see you jump on everyone’s case when they screw up, Apple, Microsoft, it doesn’t matter, then, well that’s a shame that they hold such religious fervor and blind faith to any single company.

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  2. I think it is great to see your Maryam so involved in the same work and I wouldn’t call Live scraps 😉

    BTW I applaud your restraint in dealing with some of the comments that have come your way on the whole support issue. Disagreement and public discourse are great but when people take personal shots or worse yet at ones kids that’s not a debate on an issue supported with facts and philosophical viewpoints but simply a poor substitute in lieu of absence of facts, or worse yet a Psych 101 textbook case of arrested emotional development. (I actually wrote an entry on this titled Blogging, Etiquette, and the De-Evolution of Emotional Maturity).
    Keep up the good work. For those that can’t see you jump on everyone’s case when they screw up, Apple, Microsoft, it doesn’t matter, then, well that’s a shame that they hold such religious fervor and blind faith to any single company.

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