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June 20 - 22 - Tokyo, Japan
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Matthew Wilcox

Microsoft
Kernel Hacker
Matthew had his first kernel patch accepted in 1998. Since then he has worked on many parts of the Linux kernel including leading the PA-RISC Linux port, maintaining the file locking code, SCSI, USB, NVM Express, and Persistent Memory. He currently works for Microsoft.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, June 20
 

14:20