Joined Igalia in autumn 2007.
Santa Clara (Cuba)
Passionate to technology and philosophy, he enjoys solving tricky and obscure problems, specially in computer programming; as well as traveling, dancing, and mountain sports. E-lima celebrates simplicity and diversity.
It has been a long time indeed since my last entry here. But I have actually been quite busy on a new adventure: graphics driver development. Two yearContinue reading >
This is a follow up article about my ongoing research on Web content rendering using aggressive batching and merging of draw operations, together withContinue reading >
Even thought it has been a while since my last entry on this blog, I have been quite busy. During most of last year I brought my modest contributionsContinue reading >
For the past few months I have been working on this project to bring OpenCL closer to GNOME technologies, and today I’m glad to make the first publicContinue reading >
Always feels good to close old bugs, even if done unintentionally. In one of the projects I’m working on, I ran into the lack of SHA-512 support in gContinue reading >
Let me present you FileTea, a project enabling anonymous file sharing for the Web. It is designed to be simple and easy to use, to run in (modern) bContinue reading >
Although my talk “The Web jumps into D-Bus” was not accepted for this year edition of the Desktop Summit, I’m still attending the event thank to my eContinue reading >