Chris Matthews

  Chris Matthews is a lead software engineer responsible for network and system level debugging enhancements for IBM's enterprise JavaOS network computing client. Chris has worked in the OS/2 Kernel/Server group for a number of years and was the technical design lead and developer for link editors and the OS/2 system loader for the PowerPC. He was on the team that did the original prototype port of OS/2 to the microkernel technology for Intel and PowerPC.

Chris recently defined/delivered post mortem debugging and network kernel debugging for OS/2 along with introduction of the ICAT family of debugger(s) from the ICAT team. He has also worked on many other areas of OS/2 including PM Input and event handling, and Workplace Shell since joining IBM in 1989. Chris can be reached at chris@austin.ibm.com or matthews@acm.org.

Chris has co-written the following article:

ICAT: The New Remote Source-code Debugger for OS/2  (May 1997)

Chris has written the following article:

Introduction to Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI)  (January 1998)


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