Matt Cheney is a believer in open processes and free information. He manages a twenty-person consulting firm called, "Chapter Three," which designs and customizes an open-source system called, "Drupal," for such organizations as the United Nations, PBS, OXFAM International, and Stanford University. In addition he is a co-founder of Pantheon, which is a game-changing, cloud-based hosting platform for web-based open-source technologies. He lives in San Francisco and, in his spare time, helps to run a customized fixed gear bicycle shop called, "Mission Bicycle."
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16th annual conference hosted by the ACM Student Chapter at the University of Illinois