Werner Almesberger got hooked on Linux in the days of the 0.12 kernel, when studying computer science at ETH Zurich, and has been hacking the kernel and related infrastructure components ever since, both as a recreational activity, and as part of his work, first during his PhD in communications at EPF Lausanne, and later also in industry. Being a true Linux devout, he moved closer to the home of the penguins in 2002, and now lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Contributions to Linux include the LILO boot loader, the initial RAM disk (initrd), the MS-DOS file system, much of the ATM code, the tcng traffic control configurator, and the UML-based simulator umlsim.
Werner Almesberger is presenting:
- Seminar: TCP Connection Passing