I am a computer programmer. I've been doing contract work for the past
My specific areas of expertise include TCP/IP networking and BSD and
Linux kernels. I am available for custom engineering work. Please
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 270-6175.
Sample work committed into the FreeBSD
and DragonFlyBSD kernel
I also teach professionally. My previous classes include
A resume is available on request.
- Java Programming for UC Berkeley Extension
- Linux kernel seminars at conferences such as the 2004 Australian
Unix User Group
- personalized in-house training at private companies
BSDCon 2003 San Mateo (pictures,
About SMP in FreeBSD", Proceedings of the BSDCon 2003 Conference,
DragonFlyBSD Operating System", Proceedings of the 2004 AsiaBSDCon,
Named contributor to
[RFC3649] "HighSpeed TCP
for Large Congestion Windows", 2003.
[RFC3782] "The NewReno
Modification to TCP's Fast Recovery Algorithm", 2004.
I have two passions in life: wushu and programming. I like all forms
of programming, but mostly I program on the BSD kernel. I've been
part of the FreeBSD Project since 1994 and was one of the first 10
FreeBSD committers, which grants write access to the master FreeBSD
source repository. Since that time, I have been offered an
OpenBSD commit bit, worked on NetBSD professionally, and now spend most
of my time working on the DragonFlyBSD fork of FreeBSD. Some sample
work I've done to the FreeBSD
kernel can be found here and to the
DragonFlyBSD kernel here.
I travel a lot, both to go to conferences to give talksIn my spare
time, I enjoy traveling and skiing.