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'''Gavin Brown''' is the CTO for [[CentralNic]].<ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/company/wire?op=user&user=Gavin+Brown&from=30 CentralNic.com]</ref> He has held this position since 2005; he was been working with CentralNic since 2001.<ref>[http://www.dot-nxt.com/panelist/gavin-brown dot-nxt.com]</ref> He started at CentralNic as a webmaster, and was then promoted to Senior Developer prior to his current position.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/gavinbrownuk LinkedIn]</ref> He also is the CTO for one of CentralNic's joint ventures, [[Central Registry Solutions]].<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/gavinbrownuk LinkedIn]</ref>
 
'''Gavin Brown''' is the CTO for [[CentralNic]].<ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/company/wire?op=user&user=Gavin+Brown&from=30 CentralNic.com]</ref> He has held this position since 2005; he was been working with CentralNic since 2001.<ref>[http://www.dot-nxt.com/panelist/gavin-brown dot-nxt.com]</ref> He started at CentralNic as a webmaster, and was then promoted to Senior Developer prior to his current position.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/gavinbrownuk LinkedIn]</ref> He also is the CTO for one of CentralNic's joint ventures, [[Central Registry Solutions]].<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/gavinbrownuk LinkedIn]</ref>
  
 
Gavin Brown was instrumental in the largest [[DNSSEC]] deployment to date, in late 2010; it was implemented across 22 extensions.<ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/20101129_centralnic_completes_largest_dnssec_deployment/ CircleID]</ref>
 
Gavin Brown was instrumental in the largest [[DNSSEC]] deployment to date, in late 2010; it was implemented across 22 extensions.<ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/20101129_centralnic_completes_largest_dnssec_deployment/ CircleID]</ref>
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==Industry Participation==
 
==Industry Participation==
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Since May 2017, Gavin is a member of the [[ECO|eco Association]] Names & Numbers Steering Committee.<ref>[https://international.eco.de/2017/news/eco-association-names-numbers-steering-committee-starts-its-work.html Press Release eco Association]</ref>
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Mr. Brown was a panelist at the first [[.nxt|.nxt Conference]] for a session entitled, "Implementation: How to run a Registry".
 
Mr. Brown was a panelist at the first [[.nxt|.nxt Conference]] for a session entitled, "Implementation: How to run a Registry".
  

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Country: UK
Email: gavin.brown[at]centralnic.com
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   [linkedin.com/in/gavinbrownuk Gavin Brown]
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Gavin Brown is the CTO for CentralNic.[1] He has held this position since 2005; he was been working with CentralNic since 2001.[2] He started at CentralNic as a webmaster, and was then promoted to Senior Developer prior to his current position.[3] He also is the CTO for one of CentralNic's joint ventures, Central Registry Solutions.[4]

Gavin Brown was instrumental in the largest DNSSEC deployment to date, in late 2010; it was implemented across 22 extensions.[5]

Industry Participation

Since May 2017, Gavin is a member of the eco Association Names & Numbers Steering Committee.[6]

Mr. Brown was a panelist at the first .nxt Conference for a session entitled, "Implementation: How to run a Registry".

He has had articles published in technical journals, co-authored a book on the Perl language programming, and worked at a start-up in the online recruitment sector.[7]

Education

Gavin attended Canterbury Christ Church University and The University of Kent.[8]

Videos

Gavin was Interviewed at ICANN 44 in Prague:

References