Mohammad Rezaei is a Technology Fellow in the Platforms business unit at Goldman Sachs. Mohammad has been involved with open source code at Goldman Sachs since 2011 and helped to design the firm’s policies and infrastructure for open source development. He is the principal architect of several Goldman Sachs open source projects, notably Reladomo. He has extensive experience writing high performance Java code in a variety of environments, from partitioned/concurrent transactional systems to large memory systems that require lock free algorithms for maximum throughput. Mohammad holds a B.S. in Computer Science from University of Pennsylvania and a Physics PhD from Cornell University.