Lou Amadio started at Microsoft in 1997 after graduating from Penn State where he studied graphics and robotics. As a developer in the Windows Shell and Windows Media Center, he brought game-like UI to Windows. Amadio joined the Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio team in 2011 as a development lead for media and the camera pipeline. After the end of RDS, he remained in Microsoft Research where he worked on a conference room robot research project. Amadio returned to the Windows group where he was an evangelist for the Maker Movement and helped bring Windows 10 IoT Core to the Raspberry Pi. Lou Amadio is currently an Architect in the Core Operating Systems group, where he focuses on IoT and Robotics.