I have over 16 years experience in the IT space in a variety of roles, including: network engineering, system administration, storage administration, High availability deployments, IT management. Currently I am passionate about open source projects and mobile technology. (Especially where the two meet: e.g. Android)
I am actively involved in the New York City user group community, in such that I cofounded the Puppet and OpenSolaris user groups, and am currently serving as an Officer in the New York Linux User Group (NYLUG), and am a member of many others.
- Work: http://www.brandorr.com
- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/briangupta
- Google Profile: http://www.google.com/profiles/brian.gupta
- A presentation I gave on Android: http://www.slideshare.net/natdefreitas/an-introduction-to-android http://nylug.org/blog/2009/02/17/meeting-feb-18-630-pm-brian-gupta-and-nathan-freitas-on-an-overview-of-the-android-mobile-platform/
- An FAQ I help maintain on Android: http://android-dls.com/wiki/index.php?title=Android_FAQ (I believe this is the most comprehensive FAQ on Android to date.)
Articles where I have been quoted on Android
Debian Developer Conference
In addition, from 2008-2010 I was involved with planning for the New York City Debian Developer Conference. http://debconf10.debconf.org/ (I designed the original logo that inspired the final logo for the conference.) In addition my company is a sponsor of the Debian Developer Conference. I was also an early member of the team that put together the initial bid to have the conference in NYC in the late summer of 2008. In addition I have since helped organize additional conferences, starting with DebConf13.
- I started the new article on carputers: Carputers (Mostly because they are moving to mobile, and soon we will be seeing Android in more and more of them, which brings me to my next interest:
- Android Although I have strong editorial differences with some members of the team currently editing the Android page, and thusly am having my edits removed, I am aim to continue to contribute more to this page, and improve the general public's knowledge of Android.
- NYLUG I started this article because NYLUG had been around for over ten years, and it still didn't have a Wikipedia article. Interestingly, it was nominated for deletion, but the article (barely) survived. Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/NYLUG
- Monit I started this article because it is a fairly popular piece of software in the Ruby on Rails community.
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