MATTHEW LEE DOMSCH

Austin, Texas
mdomsch@alum.mit.edu or matt@domsch.com
http://domsch.com

EDUCATION:
Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN
M.S. Computer Science. May 1999

Thesis topic: Software Maintenance. Dr. Stephen R. Schach, advisor.
Teaching Assistant, Spring 1999.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA
B.S. Computer Science and Engineering. May 1994

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES:
Especially strong in writing device drivers. Expert in C/C++, proficient in Python, Java, Perl, LISP, HTML/XML, on a variety of platforms, including Linux, various UNIX, PC, and Cray.

EXPERIENCE:
Dell, Austin, TX May 1994-Present

MIT 6.270 Autonomous Robot Design Competition
Organizer at MIT - January 1992, 1993, 1994 Cambridge, MA
Organizer at 1993 National Conference for Artificial Intelligence Washington, D.C.
Organizer at Ngee Ann Polytechnic Institute - June 1992 Singapore
Responsible for all facets of teaching the class, such as curriculum, budget, contest rules, and sponsor contacts. Wrote chapters for the course notes. Taught recitations and gave lectures on C programming for beginners. Constructed the playing surface. Redesigned the hardware.

MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Cambridge, MA Summer 1992, Fall 1992.

Network administrator for the MIT Mechanical Engineering Department.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:
Member, ACM, 8/98 - present
Member, IEEE and Computer Society, 8/98 - present

PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS (peer review):
Red Hat Summit, 2009-2010
Linux Plumbers Conference 2010
LinuxCon 2009-2010
Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, 2008-2010
2003-2006 Ottawa Linux Symposium
2003, 2005 LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco
1999 International Conference on Software Maintenance
1998 ACM Conference