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Jon Masters is an Embedded Systems programmer working on Embedded Linux for realtime scientific instrumentation. He is also author of the Small World monthly Linux User column on Embedded Systems. He had 15 minutes of fame by beginning his first degree in Computer Science at the age of 13.
As a freelance journalist and consultant Jon spends a great deal of time working with those rely upon Linux to bring their ideas to fruition. Current interests include PowerPC Linux running on programmable logic (FPGA) based architectures as well as more conventional low end Microcontroller devices.
Jon is a Computer Science graduate who lives in Reading, works in rural Oxfordshire, and can on occasion be seen cycling around the Oxford countryside. He plans to begin a part time PhD in Embedded Systems in the fall of 2004. He plays the violin and holds an Oxford Bishop's Choristor award.
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
|Linux 2004 Conference
|The business case for Embedded Linux|