I had to install Debian Wheezy on a brand new Sony Vaio Z laptop with the new Ivy Bridge architecture (SVZ1311C5E). I'll talk about this here, because it's always nice to know that new hardware works quite fine (or not) under Debian.Read More
A year ago, I bought a Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750. I'm particularly picky on keyboards, but this one is good. It has an incredible useful feature: while being wireless, it has no need for disposable or rechargeable batteries, it uses solar power!
My problem is that there's obviously no way to know the battery status from Linux, the provided application only working on Windows.Read More
For the last 10 years, I've been working on many Free Software projects. From Debian to OpenStack, through awesome, Emacs, XCB and many more. This obviously allowed me to enhance my technical skills, but it also taught me about Free Software and Open Source development processes, and how to work with and close to the community.
Working for almost 6 years at Easter-eggs taught me how to work in an autonomous manner, how to lead and manage a project. And how to run a company, thanks to the cooperative status of this great one.
These are the reasons why I decided to leave my latest job and run my own company to work as a freelance consultant & developer specialized in Free Software, starting today.Read More
This service provides a simple storage service for applications using RESTful interfaces, providing maximum data availability and storage capacity.
I explain here how some parts of the storage and replication in Swift works, and show some of its current limitations.
If you don't know Swift and want to read a more "shallow" overview first, you can read John Dickinson's Swift Tech Overview.Read More