Gregory Shapiro

Gregory Shapiro is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Sendmail. In his tenure at Sendmail, Gregory has held prominent roles in the engineering, IT and business development departments. After four years of leading Sendmail's products in production, Gregory returned to improving those solutions, first in the business development group researching and evaluating partner products and most recently as the engineering group's chief architect. Prior to Sendmail, Gregory began his professional career as a systems administrator for Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) after graduating from WPI with a degree in Computer Science in 1992. Gregory is a FreeBSD committer, has served as program committee member for BSDCon 2002 and program chairman for BSDCon 2003. In addition, he has contributed to the past three editions of the O'Reilly Sendmail book. He can be reached at gshapiro@sendmail.com.

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