Deepa Dinamani

50 points
bay area

Deepa is a Computer Science enthusiast. She likes thinking of why things are the way they are. Her interests are theoretical Computer Science and Operating Systems. She previously worked for Qualcomm in San Diego. Currently she works at Google in the San Francisco Bay Area. There she works on system software for data center servers, including the Linux kernel and adjacent layers. Deepa is also a Outreachy Linux Kernel Alumni.

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No, all our work is to make sure that the Linux kernel supports 32 bit architectures and binaries beyond 2038.

This was added from the editors of the doc and was not something I would have recommended. I will post the article in its original form on my blog.