University of Maryland SHRUG

Spring 2004 SHRUG

SHRUG is the Hackers Reading and Understanding Group.

The goal of SHRUG is to read, understand and present OS code. This does not have to be completely constrained to the kernel, but understanding how a modern kernel works is one of the primary goals.

SHRUG will be held Thursdays at 5 PM in CSIC room 2118.

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Schedule

Upcoming
Nothing planned. Please feel free to volunteer.
Past meetings
February 5th, 2004
Topic: Plans for the semester.

February 12th, 2004
Topic: Network Device Drivers
Presented by: Dave Levin
To be rescheduled

February 19th, 2004
Topic: The FreeBSD ULE and Linux process schedulers.
Presented by: Chadd Williams

February 26th, 2004
Topic: Running on the Bare Metal with GeekOS
Presented by: Dave Hovemeyer

March 4th, 2004
Topic: Network Device Drivers
Presented by: Dave Levin

Potential Topics

Volunteers are always welcome to give talks at SHRUG. Here are some ideas:

Links

Previous SHRUGs

Comments to dml (at) cs.umd.edu