Nelson Elhage
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I am currently (as of September 2012) employed at Stripe, where we're building new financial infrastructure for the internet.

Previously, I worked at Ksplice (and, post-acquisition, Oracle) working on the Ksplice technology and product for updating the Linux kernel without rebooting.


As a side project, I've put together, a site which allows for realtime regex searching of the Linux kernel as-you-type, using Russ Cox's RE2 regex library, and a custom indexing backend.


In my free time, I do some work on security for various open-source projects, including the Linux kernel and KVM. I presented at Black Hat USA 2011 about some work I have done on KVM. My slides and code for that talk are now available online.


Some other things I've hacked on