Google’s Engineering Director Leaves the Nest
After nearly 5 years with the company, Engineering Director Mark Lucovsky is leaving Google for a role with VMware, weâ€™ve learned. Lucovsky has been an integral part of Googleâ€™s APIs, including the all-important Search APIs.
Before Google, Lucovsky worked at DEC and then Microsoft for 16 years, eventually gaining the title of â€œDistinguished Engineer.â€ He had been the principle architect on Windows NT, which would eventually evolve into Windows XP. â€œI wrote most of the kernel executive, kernel32, and the Windows API,â€ he told StoneTemple Consulting in an interview two years ago…read the rest at Tech Crunch.