My name is Chris Bergeron and I’m a Sr. Linux DevOps engineer in Atlanta, GA. I began working with computers when I was about 13 years old and I’ve loved them ever since. My first computer was a TRS-80 and I’ve worked with every major platform since. My current system preference is Linux, but I also use Mac OS X and Windows. I have numerous interests and I document many of them here. In 1999 I created one of the worlds first carputers: the dashpc and in 2003 I started the Linux Automotive interface. I stopped work on the Linux Automotive project several years ago. In 2006, I was interviewed for O’Reilly’s Release 2.0 Magazine.
In my spare time, I work on several other fun projects:
Among my many interests:
- Embedded Linux programming
- Car computing
- Home Automation
- Tinkering with devices, gadgets, etc.
- Electric cars
- Solar power and alternative energy
- Metal casting, fabrication
- Intellectual Property
- Home Improvement Projects
I hope you enjoy reading about my projects and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them on the site (or email me).