Martin Duke became Transport Area co-director in 2020. He is a heavily involved individual contributor in the QUIC Working Group and participates actively in TCP-related working groups as well. At F5 Networks in Seattle, he has held various engineering and leadership roles centered around transport protocols and HTTP since 2013. Before that, he did research on link-layer, routing, and transport-layer protocols with Boeing. A native of Maryland and 22-year resident of Washington State, Martin holds degrees from the University of Washington and MIT.
|rfc4614||Sep 2006||A Roadmap for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Specification Documents
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|rfc7414||Feb 2015||A Roadmap for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Specification Documents
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