Goodbye DxO, hello Red Hat

After one year and a half at DxO working on the DxO ONE, a diminutive, yet highly capable camera that fits in your pocket and connects to an iPhone, I've decided to move on and join Red Hat to work on Spice, focusing on 3D acceleration for virtual machines. Free software, virtualization and 3D together, and working … Continue reading Goodbye DxO, hello Red Hat

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Experimenting with filesystems

Since macOS Sierra introduced the new Apple filesystem (APFS), designed by no other than Dominic Gianpaolo (of BeOS fame), I thought I'd give it a try. So I created an APFS volume on an external 3G hard disk, copied a few pictures on it, and started playing with it. Overall, I'm not thrilled… APFS runs … Continue reading Experimenting with filesystems

macOS Sierra Mail bug

This week, I started using macOS Sierra. Overall, like iOS 10, it's another one of these Apple releases of late where what you gain is not extraordinarily compelling, but you discover as you go various things that you lost for no good reason. Here is one I found today. Apparently, macOS Sierra cannot send mail with picture … Continue reading macOS Sierra Mail bug

The bogus “interpretations” of quantum mechanics

I've not written on this blog for a long time. A talk in Mouans-Sartoux yesterday prompted me to write this rant about what I will (demonstrably) call bogus interpretations of quantum mechanics. Specifically the "dead and alive cat" myth. Schrödinger's cat One of the most iconic thought experiments used to explain quantum mechanics is called Schrödinger's … Continue reading The bogus “interpretations” of quantum mechanics

5 ways Tao3D is so much better than HTML5

It's the ultimate showdown. On the left side, the current contender, the web. Thousands of developers building exciting new technologies using JavaScript, HTML5 and mashed potatoes. On the right side, a tiny French startup with Tao3D, a brand new way to describe documents. Guess who wins? (TL;DR: You know the web has to win. But … Continue reading 5 ways Tao3D is so much better than HTML5