The easiest way to reach me is by email to bfields at fieldses.org.
I maintain the Linux kernel's NFS server, and work on NFS problems, at Red Hat.
Before mid-July 2010, I worked at the University of Michigan's Center for Information Technology Integration (CITI), on a variety of projects, mainly having to do with NFS version 4.
I have some notes on the linux kernel (work in progress).
My dissertation was written under the direction of Mel Hochster, and is a study of the lengths of modules determined by killing powers of several ideals of a local ring, as a function of the exponents; download a copy of my thesis here.
Also available is a pdf of a Journal of Algebra article based on the thesis, which covers the same material but with some improved proofs.
I like playing music with people. I play bass guitar, piano, and saw, and sing a bit.
I've served on the board of the Washtenaw Bicycling and Walking Coalition.
I used to help out with Arbor Update, which has been on haitus since 2010.
Other Bruce Fieldses:
I am, however, the only Bruce Fields with a Teeter Talk interview.