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Boyd Stephens

Boyd Stephens
Founder, Netelysis


Boyd Stephens – the founder of Netelysis, LLC and is currently employed within the firm’s network engineering division. Having entered his 17th year as an entrepreneur, Boyd is now a member of Netelysis’ networking services development team where his primary focus is upon the research and design of internetworking systems and network management services.

For the last twenty-six years he has worked within some facet of the information technology industry having designed and managed an array of networking systems and services for educational, corporate and governmental entities. His professional efforts have been the source of immeasurable fulfillment both personally and professionally.


Boyd Stephens (Netelysis)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 4 ratings)
Many developers, system/network admins, and designers spend good portions of their careers avoiding any interaction with their systems' command line interface(s) (CLI's). Unfortunately, the CLI is viewed as an archaic and inefficient means of being productive. In tmux, a powerful terminal multiplexer, developers and admins have a tool for more fully exploiting the power of the CLI. Read more.
Office Hours
Expo Hall (Table D)
Boyd Stephens (Netelysis)
Want to learn the intricacies of the money machine and where and when you can hack it? Boyd can help. Find out why staying in total control of your money machine/cash contraption can rival accepting venture capital and angel funding when creating a business. And learn how the Lean Business Model can open up unique opportunities for money machines. Read more.
Boyd Stephens (Netelysis)
Average rating: ****.
(4.75, 4 ratings)
Money Machines are small scale highly technical or craft based entrepreneurial excursions. The purpose of the Money Machine is to empower individuals with tools which will allow her/him/them to follow their geeky and nerdy passion of passions while enabling them to address the various financial necessities of life. Money Machines allow people to work in the manner of their choosing. Read more.