I've been a VCL user for a few years now, but I am a new-comer to the
development side of things. I'll be looking to contribute to VCL
through the Centennial Networking Lab at NCSU. I've worked at NCSU
since my graduation in 2006 with a Masters in Networking. Primarily,
my knowledge and interest is in virtualization and storage systems. I
also am an intern at IBM in the WebSphere Group.
I look forward to working with the Apache community as VCL matures.
Secure Open Systems Initiative
On Jan 6, 2009, at 11:49 AM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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All of the discussion in the "Re: svn commit:
r730210 - /incubator/vcl/branches/before-modularized-os/" thread about
creating community made me realize one way to start building
community is to
have a round of introductions on the list.
I've been one of the primary developers (along with Aaron Peeler) of
its creation in 2004. I've always been focused on the php web
small amounts of dabbling in the backend code. We both worked as
for the IT group in NCSU's College of Engineering doing lots of
tasks when VCL started and eventually ended up moving to new
work strictly on VCL.
I've worked at NCSU since I graduated from here in 2001. All of my
development has been in php. I'm not much of a graphics designer,
focusing on how the internals work. I've been in the open source
many years, but haven't contributed much code to any projects before
I'm excited about the move to ASF, but am a little overwhelmed by
is to learn about the "ASF way".
On a personal note, I'm married with one kid and another on the
way. I'm very
involved at my church (mainly on the tech team). I also love
Virtual Computing Lab (VCL)
North Carolina State University
my GPG/PGP key can be found at pgp.mit.edu
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