Chris Auzins earned a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida. After graduation he continued research with the Florida Anesthesiology/Computer Engineering Team. He then joined Microsoft in the nascent Windows Media group as a tester working on client and networking issues. After a few years there, he joined Fullplay Media as the lead test engineer, where he led a small team in developing multimedia devices for handheld, kiosk, and stereo component markets. Chris lives and works in Seattle, Washington.
 
Tom Brown, since moving to Austin, Texas, has developed security software for WholeSecurity, Yodlee.com, BiometricAccess and the American Cancer Society. Prior, he developed a high-volume gathering engine for Yodlee and developed video streaming network components for Microsoft and Vxtreme (acquired by MSFT) with a focus on bandwidth adaptation and measurement. Brown's first gig was administering Unix networks and deployment strategy for the Defense division of Texas Instruments and received both his M.Sc. as a multimedia networking research assistant and bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.
 


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