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Naga R Narayanaswamy
Lucent Technologies
Landover, Maryland
 

Naga Raju Narayanaswamy has been a Senior Software Engineer at Lucent Technologies (Landover, Maryland) since April 2000. He works in the PSAX IP Edge Router group, which is part of the Multiservice Switching division of Lucent Technologies.

Narayanaswamy graduated from the College of Engineering, Trivandrum, India in 1991 with a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science and Engineering. He worked at the National Center for Software Technology, under the Government of India, as a Staff Scientist for two years in the areas of software engineering and database management. After that, he joined the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras to complete his M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering with an emphasis in Computer Networking. He published papers in Computer Communications and International Journal of Computer Systems Science & Engineering as part of his M.S. thesis work.

He worked for CommVault Systems (Oceanport, New Jersey) for over two years in the area of automated backup and recovery software. He then moved on to Newbridge Networks (Herndon, Virginia) as a software designer working on the carrier scale internetworking project for Newbridge's 36170 multiservice switch. He has experience with multiple aspects of IP networking, and various flavors of Unix, including Linux and *BSD.

Narayanaswamy currently lives in Crofton, Maryland with his wife, Pushkala, and daughter, Vibha. He likes to travel, read books, and tinker with electronic gadgets, and is a photo enthusiast in his spare time.


     

The art of Linux kernel design: illustrating the operating system design principle and implementation
Lixiang Y., Wenfeng L., Dazhao C., Tianhou L., Ruobing W., Qi S., Ke F., Tingshao Z. (trans.),  Auerbach Publications, Boston, MA, 2017.Type: Book (978-1-138413-41-2)

This book goes into a lot of detail--I mean a lot of detail. Linux kernel 0.11 is dissected and explained in a very detailed way. The reason I am hesitant to give it a high rating is not because it focuses on the 0.11 version, which is...

 

Wireless networking and mobile data management
Ghosh R.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2017. 546 pp. Type: Book

This book, which is divided into two parts, presents a solid foundation to wireless technologies and their management. In the beginning, there are eight pages of acronym definitions. That goes to show the heavy usage of acronyms in the wireless in...

 

Concepts and practices: designing and developing a modern K-12 CS framework
Parker M., DeLyser L.  SIGCSE 2017 (Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Seattle, WA,  Mar 8-11, 2017) 453-458, 2017. Type: Proceedings

It is known that there is no unifying framework in the K-12 computer science curriculum. Having seen curriculum in action, it is up to teachers what they teach. This leaves students wondering, and leads students within the same grade or taking the...

 

Survey: Live migration and disaster recovery over long-distance networks
Kokkinos P., Kalogeras D., Levin A., Varvarigos E.  ACM Computing Surveys 49(2): 1-36, 2016. Type: Article

Live migration (LM) is dealt with in this paper as a one-time task or function, performed by moving a virtual machine from one physical machine to another, located in the same or a different data center, without interrupting its operation. The pap...

 

Android how to program (3rd ed.)
Deitel P., Deitel H.,  Pearson, London, UK, 2016. 848 pp. Type: Book (978-0-134444-30-7)

There are many “learn Android” books on the market. What distinguishes this book from the rest is how it guides readers in creating complete apps that can be run on phones and tablets. The sample apps include a calculator, weather, Twi...

 
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