Adam Harvey LawnGnome
Adam is a software developer who has worked on a number of interesting and occasionally even useful things in his near two decade career. These include prototyping the worst mesh network of all times (based on Android phones), discovering how to reliably lock up a Windows computer by writing an in-browser video editor, and (most usefully) removing the original mysql_* API from PHP.
Today he works at New Relic on their PHP, Go, and C language support. In his spare time, he contributes to a variety of open source projects, a secret robot project that may have some Asimov-related issues, a variety of half finished web sites, and is attempting to drink ever beer Vancouver produces.
Adam Harvey presents 1 Event:
A case study in incrementing a language's major version: PHP at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2018