17–19 October 2016: Conference & Tutorials
19–20 October 2016: Training
London, UK
George Dunlap

George Dunlap
Senior Engineer, Citrix Systems, UK

George Dunlap is a senior engineer on the open source Xen team at Citrix in Cambridge, England. He began working with the Xen project while a graduate student at the University of Michigan and has done work in many areas of Xen, including performance analysis, scheduling, and memory management. George is a committer and maintainer for the scheduling and mm subsystems in Xen and also serves on the Xen security response team. He writes technical articles regularly for the Xenproject.org blog, including one describing in detail the Intel SYSRET vulnerability, and has had articles published on Linux.com. George holds a PhD from the University of Michigan.

Sessions

10:50–11:30 Tuesday, 18/10/2016
Collaboration and community
Location: Buckingham Room Level: Non-technical
George Dunlap (Citrix Systems, UK)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 5 ratings)
George Dunlap discusses the XenProject's experience trying to make a difficult community decision. George outlines the decision-making process, which allowed everyone to feel that their viewpoint was considered despite the lack of any option with clear consensus, to help you navigate similarly difficult waters. Read more.