Darwin Sanoy

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Darwin Sanoy has a long history with Microsoft Windows and application management technologies. He has spent entirely too much time writing, speaking, blogging, training, consulting (and sometimes dreaming) about Windows applications. Darwin has designed and delivered advanced courses on Windows Installer, Windows 7, Application Compatibility, and App-V. He has written an eBook about managing application compatibility on 64-bit Windows. Recently, Darwin has been managing a large PowerShell template for desktop application deployment and management, using PowerShell to deploy Lync 2013 and Office 365 as well as helping at Qompat, a new startup in the application packaging and management space. Darwin blogs on all of these topics at CSI:\>windows.

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