Everett Pompeii is a senior software engineer with a focus on real-time network security. As a recovering C++ developer, he now enjoys working primarily in Rust. He is a contributor and maintainer for several open source projects, the most recent of which is Bencher, a suite of continuous benchmarking tools designed to catch performance regressions in CI.

Everett has written for The New Stack and Open Referral. He has spoken at several conferences including LinuxCon and has been honored as a Linux Foundation Mentor for detecting and preventing software performance regressions.

Professionally, Everett has worked in a variety of programming languages: Rust, C, C++, Python, JavaScript, Typescript, Go, Java, Ruby, Bash, SQL, and more. Currently, he is building Runtime Application Self-Protection libraries using LangSec principles with eBPF and other Linux Kernel primatives. He has lead ground braking reasearch on DARPA IDAS. While working on Cross Domain Solutions, Everett co-lead the design and development of a new product secure enough to meet NSA standards.

Published: Tue, November 7, 2023 at 6:05:00 AM UTC | Last Updated: Sun, November 12, 2023 at 5:56:00 PM UTC