February 21, 2015
I am an engineer at Google in Seattle, WA, where I work on the virtual machine monitor powering Google Compute Engine. I currently focus on the Linux kernel KVM hypervisor and the Compute Engine virtual machine monitor storage stack.
Prior to joining Google, I was an engineer at Sensorstar, Inc and was a committer on the DragonFly BSD project.
I am currently working though graduate courses part-time at the University of Washington, towards a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering. Earlier, I obtained my B.Sci. degree from Johns Hopkins University in Electrical Engineering.
Sunday Morning Coffee is my professional weblog, covering systems programming & virtualization topics. Opinions shared on this site are mine alone and not those of my employer.
In the summer of 2012 I cycled from Baltimore, MD, to Portland, OR with the 4K for Cancer. The 4K was the greatest experience in my life; I met amazing folks and saw such kindness across the country that I had never dreamed of. I recorded and photographed a small part of our journey in an online journal. Please take a look if you're interested!