Jamie received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cornell University, and has held positions in academia and industry. As a Senior Technical Staff Member in IBM, she led the creation of an international technical standard (in 2003!) for "over the air" update of cell phone software, something we take for granted today. She has been chief architect for a number of IBM products, and has also done protocol design and security engineering work in her 20-year career as a
technologist. These days, she is part of an Advanced Technology team in IBM's Cloud division. In her spare time she plays ice hockey and writes compilers.
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