Randy Bush is a Principal Scientist at IIJ, an actual ISP, and also consults to various internet companies. He was the founding engineer of Verio, now NTT/Verio, and has spent 40 years in computing as a compiler geek, designing and programming real-time systems, actually configuring routers & servers, architecting networks, etc. He has 18 years of experience in internet tech transfer to developing countries. He served as principal investigator at the Network Startup Resource Center, and was on the NANOG Program Committee for many years. He was a member of the founding boards of ARIN and AfNOG, and also served as an IVTF Ops Director. For more information, see http://psg.com/~randy/.
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