Travis Geiselbrecht's Home Page
A little about me
Another systems hacker in Seattle. I like playing guitar, riding motorcycles, hacking computers... The usual.
I've put in some time at some interesting companies in my relatively brief career.
- Google - Fuchsia OS Kernel
- Jawbone - Real-time embedded OS hackery
- Palm - Linux hacking for fun and profit!
- Secret Level - Did some hackery on getting the most (or anything) out of the PS3.
- Apple - Did some hackery on iPhone bringup. What an amazing ride!
- Danger Inc. - Hacked low level and kernel code on the Danger hiptop (aka T-Mobile sidekick). Good set of
folks and fun technology. I wish them well.
- Be Inc. - Worked on the venerable BeOS operating system. Did some file system and kernel work,
most notably hacked together support for the ext2 and NTFS file systems. It was a total blast, and made a lot of good friends. RIP BeOS.
Hacked on a few projects in my day, one of which is pretty well known in certain circles.
- NewOS - A OS project I started years ago and didn't know when to stop. It's reasonably well mature, and even scored a slahdotting and offer to write an article for Dr Dobbs magazine. It has been forked years ago and now forms the kernel for the Haiku project.
- Little Kernel - Embedded kernel for a variety of devices. Source at github.
- Arm Emulator - Hacked a fun little arm emulator. Still needs some work, but it currently emulates a "generic" ARM based system. Good for prototyping a kernel. Web browseable here.