UKUUG Biographical details

Daniel Phillips

Daniel Phillips wrote his first programs on punch cards in 1975, on a then-massive IBM 360/168 with four megabytes of memory. When the IBM PC appeared on the scene in 1981, he obtained one of the first with two 160 KB floppy disks and 128 KB of memory installed. Using MS DOS, he then developed applications from interpreters to 3D graphics, robotics, and industrial control systems.

The fall of MS DOS coincided with the rise of Linux and he became a member of the Linux kernel development community in 1998 as a specialist in filesystems and, later, virtual memory.

2003-05
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
Linux 2003 Conference
2003-08-01
Simple, Robust Software RAID for Linux 2.6

 

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