Coyote

France

Software Engineer, with a degree in Distributed Systems.

I went through Networking (protocols design, TCP/IP etc...), dev (ASM, C, C++), sys admin and maintenance (Solaris, Linux, Windows), web dev (PHP, JS, Macromedia stuff, AJAX), reconverted to video games dev (handheld devices) fo a AAA games company.

Now I am an independent iPhone/mobile/web dev.

Mar
28
awarded Popular Question
Mar
27
awarded Tumbleweed
Mar
25
comment How to get OpenCL running on an NVIDIA JETSON TK1
@GeunMoLee there are rumours of OpenCL support coming to the NVIDIA JETSON TK1, including this article: nvidia.com.mx/content/PDF/tegra_white_papers/… There are also opencl .so files for the K1. as for the missing headers you would need to add them manually.
Mar
25
revised How to get OpenCL running on an NVIDIA JETSON TK1
Rephrased the question to a better version of english.
Mar
20
awarded Tag Editor
Mar
20
asked How to build the most efficient 5*5*5 power generation system?
Mar
20
asked Detect if a door is manually opened or closed
Mar
18
awarded Notable Question
Mar
10
awarded Notable Question
Mar
3
awarded Nice Answer
Feb
13
awarded Popular Question
Feb
4
awarded Critic
Feb
4
revised Is there a 802.11ac dongle for the raspberry pi or pi 2?
Clarifies the need for the 802.11ac interface.
Feb
4
comment Is there a 802.11ac dongle for the raspberry pi or pi 2?
To be clear, I understand the 480 Mbps of the USB2 interface will limit the throughput reducing the advantage of the 802.11ac dongle. Still I am looking for a 802.11ac usb dongle compatible with the raspberry pi. I will use it on other devices (x86/windows) but having the option of using it occasionally on the rb pi when needed is what I am looking for.
Feb
4
comment Is there a 802.11ac dongle for the raspberry pi or pi 2?
This clearly is off topic and doesn't answer the OP.
Feb
3
asked Is there a 802.11ac dongle for the raspberry pi or pi 2?
Jan
29
awarded Announcer
Jan
20
comment Can link be called more than once for an instance of a directive
I was just worried. After more reading about the directive lifecycle I now understand when the various functions are called.
Jan
20
revised CouchDB simple find
added 43 characters in body
Jan
20
answered CouchDB simple find
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