Abstract for talk:
In this session George Neville-Neil presents the history of FreeBSD.
About the Speaker: Daichi GOTO
George Neville-Neil works on networking and operating system code for fun and profit. He also teaches various course on subjects related to computer programming. His professional areas of interest include code spelunking, operating systems, networking and security. He is the co-author with Marshall Kirk McKusick of The Design and Implementaion of the FreeBSD operating system and is the columnist behind ACM Queue’s "Kode Vicious." Mr. Neville-Neil earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and is a member of the ACM, the Usenix Association and the IEEE. He is an avid bicyclist and traveler who currently resides in New York City.