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Dirk Morris, Founder & CTO of Untangle
Written by Imran Akbar   
Tuesday, 02 October 2007
Our October meeting will feature Dirk Morris, founder & CTO of the open source network gateway company, Untangle.  The meeting will be held in Gates, room 200 on Tuesday, October 23rd at 6:45 PM.  Untangle will be providing pizza & drinks.  The slide deck from the talk is here, and the audio recording here .
 
"Dirk Morris has over seven years of technical experience and proven leadership managing development teams to successful, on-time launches in the network security field.  As Chief Architect at Akheron Technologies, Dirk invented the patent-pending High Bandwidth Transparent Vectoring used in the company's proxy firewall engine. He has also held positions as lead engineer at VerticalNet and H.L.L.C. Consulting, developing Java-based distributed monitor and intrusion detection systems.  Prior to that, Dirk worked on survivability simulations at CERT/CC (Computer Emergency Response Team), the renowned, federally-funded Center for Internet security operated by Carnegie Mellon University.  Dirk earned a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University."
Last Updated ( Saturday, 27 October 2007 )
 
Windell Oskay, founder of CandyFab
Written by Imran Akbar   
Tuesday, 21 August 2007
The Open Source group presents a talk by Windell Oshakay from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Windell will be speaking about CandyFab , a low-cost 3D printer that fabricates objects out of regular sugar. Windell has a PhD in physics from UT Austin.
 
The slide deck from the presentation is here.
Last Updated ( Friday, 14 September 2007 )
 
David Friedberg, CEO of Weatherbill
Written by Imran Akbar   
Wednesday, 04 July 2007
David Friedberg, CEO of Weatherbill , a startup based out of San Francisco, will be speaking at our meeting on July 17th at 6:45 PM in Gates, room 104.  David has a degree in astrophysics from UC Berkeley and has previously worked at Google, where he was part of the corporate development team and also helped manage AdWords, and as well as at Lawrence Berekely National Labs.  The audio recording/slide deck from this talk has not been made public.

Last Updated ( Friday, 14 September 2007 )
 
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