Matt Davis is a software engineer on leave from his job in the US to pursue a PhD from the Computer Science Department at the University of Melbourne, where he is focusing his hackery toward the compiler field. He has been involved in both the fields of modeling and simulation, as well as kernel-level high-precision timing. His interests include coding, compilers, kernels, listening to obnoxious music, consuming vast quantities of coffee and being social with wulfpax and 757.
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