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Kevin Gaudin
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Java+JS+PHP+Android+iOS dev / Bass player
Java+JS+PHP+Android+iOS dev / Bass player

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Cloud Vision API is our first step toward enabling applications to see, hear, and understand the world around us. Starting today, it’s available to everyone. http://goo.gl/iePJsA
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Pour ne plus souffrir dès qu'il faut envoyer des emails un peu riches au format HTML.

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En y réfléchissant, pourquoi pas...

En retirant la prise jack on se retrouve avec deux choix:
- le bluetooth pour la mobilité, sans fil, bien pratique. Mais attention, les protocoles d'encodage pour transmettre le son sur bluetooth sont inégaux et dans tous les cas avec pertes !
- le lightning pour les plus attentifs à la qualité du son, car dans ce cas la totalité de la conversion digital vers analogique est déportée dans le dispositif d'écoute. Les plus exigeants seraient en mesure d'avoir une qualité optimale en optant pour des composants haut de gamme. Ceci n'a évidemment que peu d'intérêt si les sources écoutées sont encodées salement. Mais au moins on ne nous impose pas un convertisseur choisi d'abord pour sa rentabilité.
Une évolution technique à marche forcée ?

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Some kind of Footprints
#jazz #trio #jam

Recorded last friday in +La Clef studio 3.

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Great +Snarky Puppy show in Paris tonight!
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09/11/2015
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There's no such thing as "too many +Snarky Puppy videos".

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Vysor Share

Remote screen and ADB access

There's a few tools already out that that lets you control your Android through your PC. Vysor isn't unique in that regard. However, I think I have the other apps beat in with seamless setup and compatibility (no root to boot). :)

However, I had actually envisioned Vysor as a developer tool. Vysor gives you all the benefits of a physical device, but with the ease and integration of an emulator in your development environment.

The headline feature of Vysor is Vysor Share. You can share your device to another Vysor user, across the office or across the globe. This means screen and ADB. This is something I've wanted as an indie dev for a long time: a way to deploy and debug on a remote tester's device. It's as easy as sending a link.

Vysor was actually leaked before I was ready to release, but the roadmap also includes Vysor Server: a device farm that your Android dev team can access remotely. Test device specific issues, run automated suites across a dozen devices, etc. You don't need to pass test devices around anymore, just access them through Vysor.

http://www.vysor.io/
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