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Let’s go freelancing :)

It’s been almost 4 years working for Lanedo, and I don’t regret a single day having worked for them. Still, I believe it was a time for a change in my life, and since February 1st I am now working as a freelance developer.

I’ve really been involved in pretty different things during my professional life… antivirus desktop applications and gateways, satellite orbit determination and time synchronization systems, VoIP-based push-to-talk server development, and of course NetworkManager, ModemManager, libqmi, libmbim, Tracker, OpenWRT or GTK+.

I would love to keep on working on all these Free Software projects, but I’m also open to exploring new technologies. Change is always good, they say.

So, if you’re looking for a passionate software engineer to develop, improve or integrate your system, just check my website and get in touch. I’d love to hear about your needs and issues and how we can solve them together :)

Talking at FOSDEM 2014


Third time in a row, I’ll also be giving a talk at FOSDEM this year:
LTE in your Linux based system

The talk is an introduction to QMI and MBIM devices, how they are exposed by the Linux kernel, and how you can use them from the command line through libqmi, libmbim and ModemManager.

See you there!

ModemManager 1.0.0 is out!

Dan's images with lots of modems are boring, so here's one with my tomatoes.

Dan’s images with lots of modems are boring, so here’s one with my tomatoes.

It took a bit more than 2 years since we started designing and implementing the new ModemManager1 interface, but here we are, finally releasing a new stable version of ModemManager with all the changes we’ve been doing in the past years; including QMI and MBIM modem support among other things.

Not much more to say here, just read the release announcement, download it, and have fun (or report bugs).

And of course, thanks to everyone involved in the new release!


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