Vic Gundotra is senior vice president of Social at Google, responsible for its social products such as +1. Previously he was a Vice President of Engineering responsible for developer evangelism and open source programs. He also manages applications development. Prior to Google, Vic worked 15 years at Microsoft as General Manager of Microsoft's developer outreach efforts. At Microsoft, he was responsible for a variety of products and operating systems, including Windows 3.0, NT, Windows XP, and Vista.
In 2003 Vic was recognized by MIT Technology Review as a "Young Innovator under 35" for his work in sparking Microsoft's change from Win32 to the .NET programming model.
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|May 4, 2016||BGR Boy Genius Report - 5 examples of Apple’s insane attention to detail|
|Apr 19, 2016||Re/code - Here are some of the brutal memes Googlers created about Tony Fadell and Nest|
|Mar 19, 2016||Techno Buffalo - New third-party Apple Watch band offers medical-grade heart monitoring in seconds|
|Mar 16, 2016||TechCrunch - AliveCor unveils Kardia Band, a medical-grade EKG band for Apple Watch|
|Mar 16, 2016||Apple Insider - Former Google exec Vic Gundotra shows off Kardia Band, an ECG heart monitor for Apple Watch [u]|
|Mar 16, 2016||Slash Gear - Apple Watch gets built-in ECG monitor with Kardia Band|