Joel Stanley

I’m an open source software developer for IBM’s Advanced Development Laboratory, part of the Linux Technology Center. We work on Linux and firmware for IBM POWER processors.

I have a résumé and a Linkedin profile if you would like to read more.

In my spare time I hack on various free software projects, with interests in embedded systems, amateur radio, and FPGAs. Away from the keyboard I spend evenings and weekends cycling and jogging around Adelaide. I follow cricket, Aussie Rules, Starcraft II and cycling.

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Hackerspace Adelaide


Things I've been involved with, created or contributed to.

Project Horus

FreeDV on Android
Building Metal Detectors

Chromium on Linux (Summer of Code)

One Laptop per Child (Summer of Code)

A MIPS R2000 Impementation

FPGA based quad-core GameBoy emulator