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I develop [https://github.com/krb5/krb5 Kerberos] and [https://src.fedoraproject.org/user/rharwood/projects Kerberos accessories].
 
I develop [https://github.com/krb5/krb5 Kerberos] and [https://src.fedoraproject.org/user/rharwood/projects Kerberos accessories].
  
My day job is Red Hat's Kerberos Development Lead (in the Security Engineering/Identity Management group).  As such, my focuses are upstream development and Fedora/RHEL packaging.  I was originally hired at Red Hat in 2013 as an intern.
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My day job is Red Hat's Kerberos Development Lead (in the Security Engineering/Identity Management group).  As such, my focuses are upstream development and Fedora/RHEL packaging, as well as chairing the [https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/kitten/about/ IETF Common Authentication Technology Next Generation (kitten) working group].  I was originally hired at Red Hat in 2013 as an intern.
  
 
I work primarily in C, though I'm also happy in Python, various Assemblies, Rust, Haskell, Standard ML, and various Lisps.
 
I work primarily in C, though I'm also happy in Python, various Assemblies, Rust, Haskell, Standard ML, and various Lisps.

Revision as of 22:51, 4 May 2021

I develop Kerberos and Kerberos accessories.

My day job is Red Hat's Kerberos Development Lead (in the Security Engineering/Identity Management group). As such, my focuses are upstream development and Fedora/RHEL packaging, as well as chairing the IETF Common Authentication Technology Next Generation (kitten) working group. I was originally hired at Red Hat in 2013 as an intern.

I work primarily in C, though I'm also happy in Python, various Assemblies, Rust, Haskell, Standard ML, and various Lisps.

I'm a native English speaker. In addition, I have some familiarity with Spanish (intermediate), Norwegian Bokmål (beginner), and Classical Latin (possibly atrophied).

Outside work, I enjoy playing loud guitar, fermenting things, hiking/camping, biking, growing plants, and generally being outdoors.

I have a weakness for retro Apple hardware (m68k/early powerpc eras), though I'm not a collector. My regular keyboard is an Apple Extended II; also on that ADB adapter is a Kensington TurboMouse. Previously I've also operated a LocalTalk network for printing. Operating old / severely underspec'd hardware in modern computing environments is how I got started with Linux.

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