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Meng Chow

Staff Open Source Program Manager
Palo Alto, CA
Meng Chow, PhD, PMP, is a Staff Open Source Program Manager in the Office of the CTO at VMware, engaged with the VMware Engineering community around usage of open source in products. She has been involved in emerging technologies for 20+ years and received her B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Materials Engineering from MIT. Prior to VMware, Meng worked at HP on open source technology standards, and she co-authored four US granted patents during her tenure at Philips Research North America.

Meng’s speaking experience includes:
· Meng Chow (2018, April). “4 Vital Steps to Open Source Success.” Presented at DevPulseCon, Mountain View, CA.
· Meng Chow, Lauren Britton (ongoing quarterly). “Open Source @VMware.” New hires boot camp, VMware Internal Technical Education.
· Meng Chow, Norman Scroggins (2017, August). “VMware and Open Source – Compliance, Quality, and Viability.” Presented at VMworld, Las Vegas, NV.
· Meng Chow (2017, April). “Open Source Software Compliance, Quality, and Viability.” Women Who Code CONNECT, San Francisco, CA.
· Meng Chow (2017, February). “Quality and Viability of Open Source Software.” Presented at the Engineering Excellence Conference (VMware Internal Conference), Palo Alto, CA.
· Meng Chow (2015, October). “Successful Productization through Effective Program Management.” Paper presented at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC), Houston, TX.