The Technical Advisory Council (TAC) directs and coordinates the activities and investments made in the technical community, provide a home and infrastructure for open source projects supporting the mainframe.

Anyone can participate in the technical activities of the Open Mainframe Project. You can learn how to get involved at https://github.com/openmainframeproject/tac.

Enyu Wang

Program Director, Open-source Ecosystem Business Development and Strategy at IBM

Enyu Wang is Program Director, Open-source Ecosystem Business Development and Strategy at IBM

Read More

Gregory MacKinnon

Distinguished Engineer at Broadcom

Gregory MacKinnon is Distinguished Engineer at Broadcom

Read More

Ingo Adlung

Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect System z Virtualization & Linux at IBM

Ingo Adlung is Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect System z Virtualization & Linux at IBM

Read More

James Caffrey

Senior Software Engineer at IBM

James Caffrey is a Senior Software Engineer at IBM for the zAware product, and serves as maintainer for the Open Mainframe Project's Anomaly Detection Engine for Linux Logs (ADE) project.

Read More

Jean-Philippe “JP” Linardon

Director of Software Engineering - Mainframe Modernization at Rocket Software

Jean-Philippe “JP” Linardon is Director of Software Engineering - Mainframe Modernization at Rocket Software.

Read More

Mark Post

Software Engineer Consultant at SUSE

Mark Post is a Software Engineer Consultant at SUSE

Read More

Mark Post is a Software Engineer Consultant at SUSE

Matt Hogstrom

Chief Architect and Distinguished Engineer - z Systems Management and IT Optimization Software at IBM

Matt Hogstrom is a technologist that has both consumed and produced IT products in his 30+ years as an IT professional.

Read More

Phil Tully

Chief Architect GETS - Linux on Z at ADP

Phil is Chief Architect GETS - Linux on Z at ADP and serves as Chairperson of the TSC for the Open Mainframe Project.

Read More

Robert Dahlberg

Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University

Robert Dahlberg is Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University, with over 35 years of Industry experience, and CISSP.

Read More