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Matthew has been a Linux kernel hacker since 1998 when he patched the iso9660 filesystem to understand Acorn extensions. In that time, he's messed with file locking, led the parisc-linux port, hacked on pci for an embedded powerpc board, contributed to the ia64 linux port, maintained the sym2 scsi driver, fixed hundreds of bugs and introduced many more. He's currently employed by Hewlett-Packard in their Linux and Open Source Lab.
Originally from Leicestershire, he's worked in Switzerland, Canada and the USA and currently resides in Ottawa with his wife. He enjoys skating on the canal in winter, live music and playing with his yoyo.
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
|Linux 2004 Conference
|PCI: Past, Present and Future|