Speaker Feature: Martin Schwenke and Amitay Isaacs, Bradley Kuhn, Ben Kero
When Everything Falls Apart: Stories of Version Control System Scaling
1:20 pm Friday 16 January 2015
Ben has been a community systems administrator at the OSU Open Source Lab, where he helped and administered dozens of highprofile open source projects.
He also has ample experience participating in the OSU Linux User's Group as their official Safety Officer, and as part of the Open Source Education Lab which aims to integrate Open Source software and ideologies into the university curriculum.
also played a role in the inception and coordination of the local Beaver Bar Camp.
After graduating with a degree in Computer Science and Business Administration, he joined Mozilla as a systems administrator.
gave him the opportunity to diversify his
skillset to operate on the scale of hundreds of millions of users.
spare time Ben
is an avid embedded computer enthusiast and has spent countless nights toiling over tiny computers while cursing at them to work correctly.
enjoys the intersection of lifestyle and computers constructing things like homemade electric bicycles, restoring vintage hardware, electronics repurposing, wearable computers, and novel home automation.
For more information on Ben
presentation, see here.