Biographie de Tim Hill
is a software and OS developer with more than 20 years of experience in systems software and operating system architectures. He has designed several real-time operating systems, including RMOS and PKS, the latter of which has been used extensively in missioncritical embedded systems, including ATMs and banking automation systems. After developing millions of lines of system-critical code, Tim is convinced that the best way to develop software is to leave the bugs out. After a number of years of consulting on all aspects of Windows NT development and architectural issues, Tim has recently joined Microsoftg, where he is working on new systems based upon Windows NT technologies.
Tim is also the author of the best-selling Windows NT
Shell Scripting (MTP, 1998), which has received
critical acclaim from readers, as well as the press.