I’ve been a bit remiss about posting recently; it’s conference-paper-writing season, folks — sorry.
But I thought I’d mention that I’ll be speaking at the Midwest Open Source Software Convention (MOSSCon) this weekend.
I’ll be talking about my work in Open MPI, Hardware Locality (hwloc), and other open source projects, as well as Cisco’s role in open source communities. To be honest, when I joined Cisco (7 years ago… where has the time gone?), the fact that I could keep working in the open source community was one of the major factors in my decision to come here.
Come hear more about it this weekend at MOSSCon, hosted at the University of Louisville.