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This past Saturday, Taylor and I participated in our second Jolly Jeepers “Back to Basics” Rally event. Unfortunately, we had firm commitments to other things on Friday and Sunday, so we didn’t camp or do both days. This has become … Continue reading
Most people don’t think of working at IBM as a very exciting endeavor. At times, I’d be hard pressed to convince them otherwise. However, there’s something very special about what a large (country-sized) company with a wealth of talent and resources … Continue reading
This is a bit of old news, but since it’s now available publicly, I suppose it’s a good time to post about my recent article in the January 2010 issue of Linux Journal. I was approached late last year to … Continue reading
Since our recent trip to the Tillamook State Forest OHV area with the Jolly Jeepers, a suspension lift for my Jeep has been on my mind. Wednesday of this week, I dropped it off at Leonard’s Off-Road and got it … Continue reading
This past weekend, Taylor and I packed up a bunch of camping gear and headed down highway 6 towards Tillamook. Our destination was the basecamp for the 2009 Jolly Jeepers “Back to Basics” Rally. This annual gathering of off-road enthusiasts … Continue reading
When I started full-time with IBM, I was working on the Open Virtualization team, specifically on some core bits of the Xen hypervisor. I really enjoyed that work, as it was close to what I wanted to be doing. I … Continue reading
Well, I’ve started work for IBM, on the Open Virtualization team. We will be working on an opensource project called Xen. I’m very happy to be joining IBM full-time, and am proud to be a part of their Linux Technology … Continue reading
We have arrived in Beaverton, OR. More importantly, all of our "stuff" has made the journey as well. We had quite an experience with the moving company, which I plan to write up later. Pictures are up in the gallery.
On April 30th, 2005 at 1:00 PM EDT, Taylor and I were married in Chapel Hill, NC. Pictures are available in our gallery.
I successfully defended my thesis on Monday, March 21st: Asymmetric Task Scheduling on Simultaneous Multithreading Processors This officially completes my career at North Carolina State University with a Master of Science degree.