I’ve always wanted to try to fly in a small airplane, and this weekend my girlfriend got me as birthday present a short introduction into ultra/microlight aircrafts, including a 30-min flight. I operated the aircraft during the whole trip, except for takeoff and engine-less landing, and I even got a video of it!
The flight started from the small town of Camarenilla, and we ended up flying over the beautiful city of Toledo, one of the former capitals of the Spanish Empire.
This short video comes with the original audio:
This long video comes with music, and includes the recording of most of the trip, including landing.
Sometime ago the people organizing the Boostcon contacted me to see if they could publish a picture I took in Aspen during my participation in the NVOSS. Even if I’m a pure ANSI C guy, I accepted
This last week, the german online magazine ScienceGarden contacted me for exactly the same reason, but they chose different pictures:
So, if any other person wants to publish more images of Aspen, feel free, and a reference is always appreciated!
So, starting on April 1st (not a fools’ day joke!), I’m now employed by Lanedo GmbH, and full-time working on the Gnome Tracker project, mainly involved in FTS and the filesystem miner.
It was great to work with everyone in Azetti Networks. Keep Jardin and Waterfall alive!
I also hacked a new feature for Gnome Devhelp, the possibility of enabling or disabling specific books, which was integrated into git master last week, and will make it for the 3.0 release.
Oh, and I’ll be attending both the GHM and GUADEC in The Hague!