I recently re-joined IBM to work as an Advisory Software Engineer in the Linux Technology Center. I am once again working on the toolchain for Power architecture and you will see pretty soon some contributions to GLIBC and other open source software projects.
You may find me on Freenode’s #glibc IRC channel as ‘cseo’. If you want to know more about IBM Power architecture, OpenPOWER or related topics, please follow me on Twitter. I usually post about these topics there.
I have always been a fan of messenger bags. They are better than backpacks because it is much easier to access your stuff inside. And the smaller footprint means it is easier to carry around at airports and in airplanes.
When Evernote first announced this product, I immediately thought: I have to have this! Especially after I saw it featured on Wired magazine and realized how versatile it was.
I have been using one for the past 4 months, so now I can give you a proper impression on how it is like to live with it every day.
Apple officially announced today the latest addition to its product line: the Apple Watch. Today’s event answered the many questions that came up when the smartwatch was first announced in September 2014. In addition to the Apple Watch, the company also unveiled its new MacBook, featuring an all-new design. Here are my opinions about the announcements.
Grado refreshed its product line for 2014 and launched the e Series headphones. In case you’ve never heard about it, the small, Brooklyn-based audio company is considered one of the best in the business by audiophiles and enthusiasts. I have been using a Grado SR325e, the top-of-the-line model of its Prestige series and I would like to share with you my impressions of it.