Software Engineer and Saxophonist
Bruno Yoshioka is a Senior Software Engineering Manager at Microsoft, working on the Microsoft Endpoint Manager product. He has undergraduate degrees in Computer Science in Engineering and Saxophone Performance from the University of Michigan. As a musician, his teachers and mentors include Zach Shemon, John Nichol, and Donald Sinta. He is a former member of the 'Moanin’ Frogs' saxophone sextet and performed regularly with the Michigan Symphony Band as an undergraduate. Although his career is not in music, he is passionate about enabling music ensembles in their pursuit of exposing the world to new and compelling music as well as educating future generations of students on the value and outlook music provides. In engineering, he’s collaborated with the Windows and Office teams at Microsoft to create integrated management experiences for IT administrators. Throughout his early career, he grew interested in mentorship and pursued a path in management. Today he manages a team of talented and diverse engineers and finds passion in growing their careers and making strategic decisions. Bruno regularly enjoys hanging out with his dogs, playing video games, listening to great music, and reading interesting books.