Since I first heard about free software back in my student days, I have always been interested in it.
I am a supporter of this community and its philosophy.
As a way to give back part of what I have received, I have given some talks but more importantly I have contributed to several open-source projects as often as my research has allowed me.
Instead of simply putting a link to my GitHub account, in this section I will discuss some of the most interesting projects that I have made.
For a more research-oriented view of my work, please visit the R&D section.
Why don’t you write these articles in their website or in GitHub?
In short: to specifically focus on the work I did in them and in the technology I used.
The GitHub projects might contain more extensive documentation but
they might have also evolved since I stopped working on them or become unavailable or whatever.
Why do you include screenshoots and screencasts instead of links to web applications?
I am describing the work I (me) did and they might have evolved since I stopped working on them,
there are parts which are not publicly accessible or
even if they are public, I cannot guarantee that they will keep like that in the future.
I don’t own these projects.