Executive summary: Call me Mike. IBM pays me to write code for some open source projects.
And now, the long version. My name is Mike Strosaker. I started working for IBM out of college in 1997. As the acronym goes (I’ve Been Moved), for the first few years I shifted between various projects in the Global Services, Software, and Server divisions, precipitating moves from Ohio to California to Texas. Finally, in 2003 I joined IBM’s Linux Technology Center, where I focus on implementing RAS (Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability) features for Linux on IBM’s POWER-based lines (System p and System i).
Occasionally, Zombie Process will have guest posters. A little biographical information about each poster will be placed here as they post.