Manager, BSD Technologies,
As the Manager of BSD Technologies for Apple's Core OS Engineering team, Jordan Hubbard oversees the BSD Technology Base for Darwin, the UNIX-based core of Mac OS X. Before joining Apple in 2001, Hubbard was a Principal Technologist for Wind River Systems and was responsible for the FreeBSD CD-ROM product line. Prior to that, Hubbard held various engineering and management positions at companies in the US and Europe, such as U.C. Berkeley and Digital Equipment Corporation. He began his career in software in the 1970's, working on minicomputers, and he is a frequent contributor to the Open Source community. Hubbard has been writing free software since 1982, beginning with Volume 1 of the comp.sources.unix archive and continuing with various works on MIT's X Contributed Software collection. He is also a co-founder of the FreeBSD project, which began in 1992.
Sessions by Conference
O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference 2002
O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention 2000