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  • I'm a software engineer working with Red Hat

  • I really like distributed systems, system programming, operating systems internals in general

  • I'm currently:

    • Contributing to improve Kubernetes/OpenShift, to make sure they are a great platform for telco workloads

    • Contributing to GHW!

    • Writing a lot of golang

  • Someday:

    • I'll finish to read the lisp book(s) :/
  • Trivias:

    • Experienced modem noises firsthand (and not just once)

    • Favorite app is a terminal emulator


  1. Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    Go 89.9k 33k

  2. Golang hardware discovery/inspection library

    Go 1.2k 140

  3. Operator to enable reporting of per-NUMA-zone compute resources

    Go 8

  4. Forked from kubernetes-sigs/scheduler-plugins

    Repository for out-of-tree scheduler plugins based on scheduler framework.


  5. numalign Public

    tooling to check NUMA resource alignment/positioning

    Go 2 2

  6. cpuset Public

    minimal parser for the Linux CPU list formatted string.


2,154 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

July 2022

Created a pull request in k8stopologyawareschedwg/deployer that received 1 comment

pkg: cmd: remove "version" command from pkg

The "version" command needs the non-exported pkg/version. his makes the commands pkg unusable outside this project, that is violating the original …

+31 −54 1 comment
Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
openshift-kni/numaresources-operator 1 open
k8stopologyawareschedwg/deployer 1 merged

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