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George Neville-Neil

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Episode 165 – Kode Vicious, George Neville-Neil

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

Writing as Kode Vicious, George has spent more than 15 years sharing advice and insights as a “coder with attitude” in ACM’s Queue magazine. He is a software engineer, author and security nerd with other varied interests who speaks several languages including Japanese. Checkout out his latest book: https://www.informit.com/store/kollected-kode-vicious-9780136788249 Links https://twitter.com/gvnn3 https://twitter.com/kode_vicious https://github.com/gvnn3 http://www.neville-neilconsulting.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/george-neville-neil-94a5679/ https://www.amazon.com/George-V.-Neville-Neil/e/B00JEUZ6YW%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Sponsor This episode is brought to you by Talk Python Training. The 6 Figure Developer podcast is all about leveling up your career in the tech space. Learning a little bit of Python will allow you to take your expertise and 10x it with automation, APIs, and even AI. The best place on the internet to learn Python is over at Talk Python Training. Visit talkpython.fm/6figure to find your next level. “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved × Subscribe now! Never miss a post, subscribe to The 6 Figure Developer Podcast! Are you interested in being a guest on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast? Click here to check availability!

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12 Oct 2020

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TSR - The Server Room - Episode 24 - Interview with George Neville-Neil from FreeBSD - Part II.

The Server Room Show

Questions ( Episodes 23 - 24 / Part I. - II. )  Q1: Your earliest memories of a computer? Did You grew up around them? Q2: Computer Science in Northeastern University in Boston Q3: Did You get involved with BSD before or after it got taken over by Wind River? Q4: Wind River and VxWorks ... Can You tell me more about them and Your involvement with both? Q5: I know from other talks You gave You really like Embedded computing and the challenges which comes with them. What do You like in them?Complexity?The challenge they represent? Q6: If You had to compare VxWorks to FreeBSD when it comes to the Embedded industry  Can they compete with one another or VxWorks just leagues ahead when it comes to embedded devices? perhaps coming from that one is designed from the ground up to serve the purpose of being on embedded devices? Q7: How did You get into FreeBSD? 1a.: NetBSD with the running it on all (including microwaves did not sound more of a challengefor someone like Yourself who hacks the kernel all day long? Q8: You are the author/coauthor of many books on BSD and FreeBSD with Kirk McKusick How was it to work and coauthor a technical book/paper with someone legendary like him? Q9: Do You think if BSD didn’t get hold up in court by ATT / Unix Systems Laboratories We would have BSD *FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD * where Linux is today and perhaps Linux did not even exist today as there would have been no gap on the market to fill which resulted L. Torvalds to write the Linux Kernel? Q10: On FreeBSD You are also lead of the Kernel team / whom oversee changes and improvements getting into the FreeBSD kernel.. Can You tell me more about it? Q11: On Your website it mentions Your consulting company. Is this the typical pick my brain - hear my advice on X thing You want to do with Your company ) networking, security, etc.)? Q12: What did You run on Your machine at home? Any special HW Or Hobby? More info: https://viktormadarasz.freeshell.net George's website: http://www.neville-neilconsulting.com/

29mins

2 May 2020

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TSR - The Server Room - Episode 23 - Interview with George Neville-Neil from FreeBSD - Part I.

The Server Room Show

Questions ( Episodes 23 - 24 / Part I. - II. ) Q1: Your earliest memories of a computer? Did You grew up around them? Q2: Computer Science in Northeastern University in Boston Q3: Did You get involved with BSD before or after it got taken over by Wind River? Q4: Wind River and VxWorks ... Can You tell me more about them and Your involvement with both? Q5: I know from other talks You gave You really like Embedded computing and the challenges which comes with them. What do You like in them?Complexity?The challenge they represent? Q6: If You had to compare VxWorks to FreeBSD when it comes to the Embedded industry Can they compete with one another or VxWorks just leagues ahead when it comes to embedded devices? perhaps coming from that one is designed from the ground up to serve the purpose of being on embedded devices? Q7: How did You get into FreeBSD? 1a.: NetBSD with the running it on all (including microwaves did not sound more of a challengefor someone like Yourself who hacks the kernel all day long? Q8: You are the author/coauthor of many books on BSD and FreeBSD with Kirk McKusick How was it to work and coauthor a technical book/paper with someone legendary like him? Q9: Do You think if BSD didn’t get hold up in court by ATT / Unix Systems Laboratories We would have BSD *FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD * where Linux is today and perhaps Linux did not even exist today as there would have been no gap on the market to fill which resulted L. Torvalds to write the Linux Kernel? Q10: On FreeBSD You are also lead of the Kernel team / whom oversee changes and improvements getting into the FreeBSD kernel.. Can You tell me more about it? Q11: On Your website it mentions Your consulting company. Is this the typical pick my brain - hear my advice on X thing You want to do with Your company ) networking, security, etc.)? Q12: What did You run on Your machine at home? Any special HW Or Hobby?        More info: https://viktormadarasz.freeshell.net George's website: http://www.neville-neilconsulting.com/

29mins

25 Apr 2020

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bsdtalk253 - George Neville-Neil

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An interview with George Neville-Neil about the recently published 2nd edition of The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System.File Info: 30Min, 15MBOgg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk253/bsdtalk253.ogg

13 Sep 2015

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bsdtalk240 - About Time with George Neville-Neil

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An interview with George Neville-Neil about the network time protocol and the precision time protocol.File Info: 35Min, 17MBOgg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk240/bsdtalk240.ogg

13 Sep 2015

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bsdtalk121 - Fast IPSec with George Neville-Neil

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Interview with George Neville-Neil about Fast IPSec.File Info: 14Min, 7MB.Ogg Link:https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk121/bsdtalk121.ogg

13 Sep 2015