operations engineer/software developer seeking to anonymize and encrypt all the things

In addition to efforts towards operational security, defense in depth and paranoia advocacy, I would like to contribute
to projects that help protect everyone's confidentiality, anonymity and censorship resistance.
I would be especially interested in working with an organization that is interested in using Tor or Tahoe-LAFS.

Lately, I have been exploring golang and I am designing and writing a security related network flow analysis program
in golang. My primary programming languages are Golang, Python and C. Yes, I can fix your broken C to golang bindings:
... for the Linux netfilter-queue API... it *might* be useful to someone writing a network scanner in golang.

Work History

volunteer code contributor
Tor Project and Tahoe-LAFS Project Berlin/San Francisco (2013 - present)
Operations Engineer/Security Advisor Zenmate Berlin (X - April 22nd 2014)
Developer Addvocate, San Francisco (August 2013 - November)
Systems Administrator Causes, San Francisco (February - May 2013)
Worked on Chef 11 migration, Redis upgrade, postfix migration, Chef Berkshelf release/deploy process etc.
Systems Administrator Scribd, San Francisco (May 2012 - September 2012)
Operations Engineer Spinn3r, San Francisco (October 2010 - March 2012)
System Engineer Digg, San Francisco (July 2010 - October 2010)
Operations Engineer Spinn3r, San Francisco (2008 - August 2009)
Linux Systems Administrator Snapjot, San Francisco (April 2006 - August 2007)

Site Operations Engineer Snapfish, San Francisco (November 2004 - August 2005)
contract Tech Support Engineer / Developer, Barracuda Networks, Cupertino (May 2004 - July)
contract Software Quality Assurance Engineer, DataDomain, Palo Alto (January 2004 - April)

Network Tools Developer, Northpoint Communications, San Francisco (April 1999 - December 2000)

Network Engineer / Tools Developer, CRL Network Services, San Francisco (December 1997 - October 1998)

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