Sarah Sharp, Linux kernel developer, will speak about the technical, social, and cultural challenges getting involved in Linux development.
The Women in Computer Science Undergraduate Committee invites you to attend this term's public lecture in which we will host Sarah Sharp, Linux kernel developer and USB 3.0 driver author. Sarah will provide a deep dive into how USB 3.0 support was added to the Linux kernel, as an example of the technical, social, and cultural challenges in getting involved in open source development. She will also provide tips for getting involved with the Linux kernel community.
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