The speaker description is potentially outdated as it is from a previous FOSDEM edition.
Philip Homburg started playing with MINIX a long time ago. He wrote the TCP/IP stack followed by a virtual memory system and did an X11 port. After completing his PhD (on a distributed system called Globe) and some work on a filesystem (called Logical Disk) he joined the MINIX3 project to work on fault isolation in device drivers. Currently he works for the RIPE NCC on the RIPE Atlas project.
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