mark gross

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Mark Gross has been involved with the Linux kernel community since 2001. He now works in Intel’s Ultra Mobile Group helping to get IA based handsets market ready with kernel, power management, Moblin/Meego and Android enabling and performance tuning.

He is the technical lead of the UMG Android enabling efforts. He is focused on the kernel, SCM, power, performance, build, NDK, SDK, platform integration, and developer ramp up and enabling.

He enjoys low level hacking on multiple architectures, IA, ARM, and 8 bit AVR’s, Linux From Scratch, Open Embedded, Python, and hanging out in hacker, maker, and tech communities.

Proposals for this user

* Gerrit what is it? can I try it out?

This talk will be about what Gerrit is, how to set up a test Gerrit in a VBox, how it works, and how it could grow on you after you use it a bit.
Cooking 2010-03-14 01:44:56 +0000
mark gross