Christian "kiko" Reis is globally responsible for pre-sales and customer delivery at Canonical. He has been with Canonical since the very beginning, and was deeply involved in the creation of Ubuntu and Launchpad.

Kiko was VP Engineering for Linaro from its inception through 2013, and during that stint learned more about CPUs, ARM and embedded systems than he'd ever expected to.

Kiko has cycled from San Francisco to Panama City, run desert marathons with zero days of training, and raced the longest expedition race ever hosted in the Amazon. He's on extended leave from all that at the moment, with his hands full — along with his amazing wife Mariana — raising three wonderful boys in the Brazilian countryside." /> Christian "kiko" Reis is globally responsible for pre-sales and customer delivery at Canonical. He has been with Canonical since the very beginning, and was deeply involved in the creation of Ubuntu and Launchpad.

Kiko was VP Engineering for Linaro from its inception through 2013, and during that stint learned more about CPUs, ARM and embedded systems than he'd ever expected to.

Kiko has cycled from San Francisco to Panama City, run desert marathons with zero days of training, and raced the longest expedition race ever hosted in the Amazon. He's on extended leave from all that at the moment, with his hands full — along with his amazing wife Mariana — raising three wonderful boys in the Brazilian countryside." />

Christian Reis

VP Field Engineering

Christian "kiko" Reis is globally responsible for pre-sales and customer delivery at Canonical. He has been with Canonical since the very beginning, and was deeply involved in the creation of Ubuntu and Launchpad.

Kiko was VP Engineering for Linaro from its inception through 2013, and during that stint learned more about CPUs, ARM and embedded systems than he'd ever expected to.

Kiko has cycled from San Francisco to Panama City, run desert marathons with zero days of training, and raced the longest expedition race ever hosted in the Amazon. He's on extended leave from all that at the moment, with his hands full — along with his amazing wife Mariana — raising three wonderful boys in the Brazilian countryside.