Speaker Feature: Fraser Tweedale, Peter Chubb

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Fraser Tweedale

Fraser Tweedale

FreeIPA: Open Source Identity Management

2:15pm Friday 16th January 2015

Fraser is a developer at Red Hat, where he works on the FreeIPA identity management solution and Dogtag Certificate System. He is passionate about security and privacy. In his spare time, Fraser writes a lot of Haskell and patiently awaits the strongly-typed functional programming revolution.

For more information on Fraser and his presentation, see here. You can follow his as @hackuador and don’t forget to mention #LCA2015.


Peter Chubb

Peter Chubb

SD Cards and filesystems for Embedded Systems

2:15pm Friday 16th January 2015

Peter has been hacking on UNIX since 1979, and has never used Windows. He currently does system (kernel and low-level) programming in a Linux environment for NICTA.

Peter's research interests include operating system algorithms for scalability, including storage, scheduling, memory management, and locking. He is also interested in systems performance measurement and optimisation.

Related hobbies include music, photography and fine wines, these also occasionally lead to research.

For more information on Peter and his presentation, see here.