Monday, November 14, 2005


My name is Joshua Go. I graduated Tau Beta Pi from UC Davis in 2005 with a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering. I also picked up a minor in history. I'm currently paying the bills as a firmware engineer for a small company in Rocklin, California. My biggest claim to fame would probably be writing the bulk of Josh's Linux Guide while I was in middle school. While in high school, I spent a couple of summers working for Penguin Computing and VA Linux Systems (now VA Software).

During my college years, I organized protein and DNA sequences in a campus research lab. I'm still helping with those efforts in my spare time, since the project leader has moved to Nairobi to build up Africa's capacity for research endeavors. These days, though, I am mostly interested in financial markets and global economic affairs. I remain a big dreamer. My current research interests are health care and infrastructure development.