Konrad is working at Canonical as a software engineer in the commercial division. He is acting as a Bluetooth expert there as well as carries the regular development tasks. He has a great hands-on experience and diverse background that includes working in the automotive industry as well as on the radio base stations. Konrad is a Linux user for over 14 years now. It all started, for him, with the 1st release of Fedora which quickly has been replaced with Gentoo and finally with Ubuntu. He summarizes this transition as a natural progress from experiments to a stable and working system. He loves volleyball, travels and running.
14 December 2017
Beginning in March, I have been assigned to the Linaro organisation to carry on the work with the LITE (Linaro IoT and Embedded) group by researching design and development of software for ARM-based gateway devices. One of my main focus points has been to investigate how complex it would be to run EdgeX on ARM. ...