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2016 Editorial Calendar

  • Performance Tuning (Jan/Feb 2016)
  • Academia (March/April 2016)
  • Ports (May/June 2016)
  • CDN (July/Aug 2016)
  • FreeBSD 11 (Sept/Oct 2016)
  • Computer Languages FreeBSD (Nov/Dec 2016)

 

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Editorial Board

John Baldwin

Member of the FreeBSD Core Team.

Justin Gibbs

Founder and President of the FreeBSD Foundation and a software engineer at Facebook.

Daichi Goto

Director at BSD Consulting, Inc. (Tokyo)

Joseph Kong

Author of FreeBSD Device Drivers.

Dru Lavigne

Director of the FreeBSD Foundation and Chair of the BSD Certification Group

Kirk McKusick

Treasurer of the FreeBSD Foundation Board and lead author of the Design and Implementation book series.

George Neville-Neil

Secretary of the FreeBSD Foundation Board and co-author of The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System.

Michael W. Lucas

Author of Absolute FreeBSD

Hiroki Sato

Director of the FreeBSD Foundation, Chair of AsianBSDCon, Member of the FreeBSD Core Team, and Assistant Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Robert Watson

Director of the FreeBSD Foundation and Founder of the TrustedBSD Project. Lecturer at the University of Cambridge.