PJ Waskiewicz


PJ is a software engineer who started at Intel, working across multiple job functions. He owned the ixgbe and i40e drivers for the Linux networking stack, along with developing the original Tx multiqueue framework in the network stack. He also has worked on interrupt affinity balancing for better scalability, and even dabbled in the core x86 CPU code for new feature enablement.

PJ is now a Principal Engineer at NetApp, where he works in the SolidFire division on their networking core and kernel optimizations.

Outside of work, PJ likes to drive over things with his Jeep, and race his motorcycles at various tracks in the Pacific Northwest.

Proposals for this user

* Improving Gaming Under Linux

A session for people with interest in various parts of the OS and distro to improve gaming performance
BoFs 05/04/2016
PJ Waskiewicz, John Linville