Re: [LAD] What do you do for a living?

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To: Olivier Guilyardi <list@...>
Cc: Philipp Überbacher <hollunder@...>, linux-audio-dev <linux-audio-dev@...>
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 1:58 pm

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Hi all,

I also reply a little bit late, but indeed this thread is interesting.
On my side I have a master degree in acoustics and a professional backgroun=
d
in acoustics and audio signal processing.
I previously worked in a society which develops active control systems for
room acoustics.
Now I am real time software engineer at Aldebaran Robotics, a french compan=
y
based in Paris which develops Nao, the europe's first humanoid robot (
http://www.aldebaran-robotics.com)

Our robot runs under a linux embedded distribution, so I'm very interested
by the open source softwares and often use LGPL libraries inside of our
code.

I know that is not a commercial forum, but for those who would be
interested, we just launched the Nao developer program.
The aim is to constitute a community of top developers for the robot and to
share our developments.
You can find more informations about it here :

http://ognacgnouc.com/

This program is accessible only by invitation.
I have few ones to distribute, so if you are interested for joining us do
not hesitate to contact me.

Regards

Vincent

2010/11/25 Olivier Guilyardi

> Hi everyone,

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168 bis / 170, rue Raymond Losserand
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Hi all,I also reply a little bit late, but indeed this thread is in=
teresting. On my side I have a master degree in acoustics and a profess=
ional background in acoustics and audio signal processing.I previously =
worked in a society which develops active control systems for room acoustic=
s.

Now I am real time software engineer at Aldebaran Robotics, a french compan=
y based in Paris which develops Nao, the europe's first humanoid robot =
(http://www=
.aldebaran-robotics.com
)

Our robot runs under a linux embedded distribution, so I'm very int=
erested by the open source softwares and often use LGPL libraries inside of=
our code.I know that is not a commercial forum, but for those who =
would be interested, we just launched the Nao developer program.
The aim is to constitute a community of top developers for the robot and to=
share our developments.You can find more informations about it here :<=
br>http://ognacgnouc.com/
This program is accessible only by invitation.I have few ones to distri=
bute, so if you are interested for joining us do not hesitate to contact me=
.RegardsVincent=A020=
10/11/25 Olivier Guilyardi <list@samalyse.com>

Hi everyone,

sorry, I'm a bit late here, but I wanted to answer on this thread.

On 11/10/2010 09:52 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:

>>> The reason I ask this is because I am curious about what kind =
of

a student
he idea of
panel at
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I'd like to
t please the
veraged'
#39; trick to catch

I recently met someone who worked at Google and she said that she indeed ha=
d a
lot of freedom, and could choose the projects she worked on. For what it&#3=
9;s worth..

> OTOH it's your choice to shit on ethics ;), because Google shits o=
n

Well, ethics and big companies are maybe not the best friends. But Google
sometimes gets above the crowd, as recently in the suit against Oracle:

http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=3D2010111111493360=
5

"Each of the Patents-in-Suit is invalid under 35 U.S.C. =A7 101 becaus=
e one or
more claims are directed to abstract ideas or other non-statutory subject m=
atter."

About myself, I have been self-employed for about 10 years, at my own littl=
e
company, which is mainly comprised of myself, a few interns from time to ti=
me,
and working with other small companies or freelances here in Paris.

I only do software development, and for a few years now I have mostly done =
audio
related development. And yes, it pays the bill.

I also do music and have quite a lot of artistic and not-so-artistic projec=
ts
maturating in the lab, which usually involve both music and software
development. Free software is everywhere here, it's my culture, but I&#=
39;m no
fanatic. I think there's enough room in the world for other approaches,=
and that
it can all be complementary.

--
=A0Olivier

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.37.17.66 ------------ Mobile : +33(0)6.89.35.71.85 ---------------=
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Re: [LAD] What do you do for a living?, Philipp Überbacher, (Wed Nov 10, 8:31 pm)
Re: [LAD] What do you do for a living?, Ralf Mardorf, (Wed Nov 10, 8:52 pm)
Re: [LAD] What do you do for a living?, Olivier Guilyardi, (Thu Nov 25, 12:19 pm)
Re: [LAD] What do you do for a living?, Vincent Meserette, (Thu Nov 25, 1:58 pm)