BioTracey Jaquith, TV Architect & DevOps. Tracey was a founding coder and system architect for Internet Archive in 1996, writing multi-threaded servers, crawlers and more. In 2000, she left for four years to follow her Cornell mentor, Dan Huttenlocher, and was a technical lead and founding engineer at a startup. Recently, she rewrote Archive's TV recording system to an opensource single server system, capable of 75 simultaneous 24x7 channels, made the TV site "full stack" first and second versions, and brought archive.org website to "version 2". Tracey is leading the containerization of Internet Archive. Tracey holds a Master's and Bachelor's in computer science from Cornell University where she focused on machine vision and robotics.