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I studied computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and graduated with an undergraduate degree in 1990. I then worked for MIT for 9 years, first in the Network Operations Group, and later as the lead for the Kerberos development team at MIT. In 1999, I joined VA Linux and worked there until September 2001. In December of 2001 I started working for IBM in the Linux Technology Center.
 
I studied computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and graduated with an undergraduate degree in 1990. I then worked for MIT for 9 years, first in the Network Operations Group, and later as the lead for the Kerberos development team at MIT. In 1999, I joined VA Linux and worked there until September 2001. In December of 2001 I started working for IBM in the Linux Technology Center.
  
I am currently serving as the architect for IBM's Real-Time Linux development team.  I'm also the primary developer and maintainer of E2fsprogs, the userspace utilities for the ext2 and ext3 filesystems.
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I am currently serving as the architect for IBM's Real-Time Linux development team.  I'm also the primary developer and maintainer of E2fsprogs, the userspace utilities for the ext2, ext3 and ext4 filesystems.

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My name is Theodore Ts'o, and I am one of the administrators and chief editors of the -rt Wiki. If you have any problems, feel free to contact me! I can be reached at tytso@mit.edu.

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Picture of Theodore Ts'o taken at the 2003 Linux Lunacy Geekcruise in Alaska

I studied computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and graduated with an undergraduate degree in 1990. I then worked for MIT for 9 years, first in the Network Operations Group, and later as the lead for the Kerberos development team at MIT. In 1999, I joined VA Linux and worked there until September 2001. In December of 2001 I started working for IBM in the Linux Technology Center.

I am currently serving as the architect for IBM's Real-Time Linux development team. I'm also the primary developer and maintainer of E2fsprogs, the userspace utilities for the ext2, ext3 and ext4 filesystems.

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