Allman-Galvin | Geer-Marcus | Mauro-Ranum | Rochlis-Yodaiken
Eric Allman (T2 Instructor) is the original author of Sendmail. He was the chief programmer on the INGRES database management project and an early contributer to the UNIX effort at Berkeley, authoring syslog, tset, the -me troff macros, and trek. He designed database user and application interfaces at Britton Lee (later Sharebase), and contributed to the Ring Array Processor project for neural-network-based speech recognition at the International Computer Science Institute. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the USENIX Association.
Bryan C. Andregg (S3 Instructor) is the Director of MIS at Red Hat Software where he has overseen combining two nationally distinct offices, moving the entire organization, re-designing the internal and external networks, and setting up a second building and the WAN connecting the two. In addition he has changed the company accounting and order entry system from Macintosh to Linux.
Matt Bishop (S2 Instructor) began working on problems of security in computer systems and UNIX systems in particular at Purdue where he earned his doctorate. He subsequently worked at the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science at NASA and taught courses in operating systems, computer security and software engineering at Dartmouth College. Matt chaired the first USENIX Security Workshop and plays an active role in identifying and thwarting security threats. Matt has been on the faculty at UC Davis since 1993.
Tom Christiansen (S6, M6, T5 Instructor) has over fifteen years experience in programming, administering, and teaching about UNIX and Internet systems. He has been involved with Perl since day zero of its initial public release in 1987. He is lead author on Perl Cookbook, co-author of the 2nd editions of Programming Perl, Learning Perl, and Learning Perl on Win32 Systems. Tom is also the developer of www.perl.com, major caretaker of Perl's online documentation, co-author of the Perl FAQ list, and president of The Perl Journal. Tom served two terms on the USENIX Association Board of Directors.
Phil Cox (T7 Instructor) is a consultant for Networking Technology Solutions, and is a member of a government incident response team. Phil frequently writes and lectures on issues bridging the gap between UNIX and Windows NT. He is a featured columnist in the USENIX Association publication ;login: and is on the upcoming USENIX LISA-NT program committee.
Aeleen Frisch (M2 Instructor) has been a system administrator for over 15 years. She currently looks after a very heterogeneous network of UNIX and Windows NT systems. She is the author of several books, including Essential Windows NT System Administration.
Peter Baer Galvin (S8 Instructor) is the Chief Technologist for Corporate Technologies, Inc. and was the systems manager for Brown University's computer science department. He has written articles for Byte and other magazines, is security columnist for SunWorld, and is co-author of the Operating Systems Concepts textbook. As a consultant and trainer, Peter has taught tutorials in security and system administration and given talks at many conferences.