Robert Love is an author, speaker, and engineer. He contributes to multiple open source projects, including the Linux kernel, GNOME desktop, and Android mobile platform. Robert is Staff Software Engineer at Google, where he was a member of the team that built Android. Now he works on web search infrastructure. Robert holds a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Florida. He lives in Boston.
Robert M. Love (born c. 1981) is an American author, speaker, Google engineer, and open source software developer. Love is best known for his contributions to the Linux kernel, with notable work including the preemptive kernel, process scheduler, kernel event layer, virtual memory subsystem, and inotify. At Google, he was a member of the Android team and helped launch the first version of the platform. Love is also active in the GNOME community, working on NetworkManager, GNOME Volume Manager, Project Utopia and Beagle.