I am a firmware engineer doing embedded Linux stuff on ARM architecture. I have particular interest in kernel hacking and I've been on and off playing with the kernel code and drivers since 2002. For now, my short-term goal is to become an expert, or at least have an intermediate level of understanding in the Linux Memory Management area.
In the past, I've touched bootup code (from head.S to /bin/init) and developed various device drivers so I'll try to help in any way I can. I so liked the idea of the Open-Source Community and see how everyone helps each other that's why I'm here hoping to be able to lend a hand and also grab one for help.