Romain Pellerin

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I am a Software Engineer living in Berlin, Germany. Most of the day you'll find me programming or having fun in a terminal. I am a GNU/Linux user who supports open source.

Apart from computers, I love cycling and practicing foreign languages. I also play the guitar.

I try to read books as often as possible, in English and French, to foster my creativity. I am also a huge fan of comics (The Walking Dead being my favorite).

I write blog posts on this website not only about computer science but also broader topics such as the environment, bikes or travels. There are RSS and Atom feeds that you can subscribe to. I usually write a few times a year. Feedback is greatly appreciated.

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  1. Le Bon Sens

    Les populistes et le retour du « bon sens » - C à Vous - 20/05/2020 Mon avis sur le bon sens. Ressources « Tenues correctes » au lycée. Emmanuel Macron prône le « bon sens »

  2. How To Check The Integrity Of A Backup Folder

    Recently, I made a backup copy of a folder that I copied over several devices. In the end, I wanted to make sure the various copies did not alter any of the files. Here's how to proceed: cd find . -type f | sort | > /tmp/original.files cd find . -type f | sort | > /tmp/backup.files # You may not have copied all...

  3. Playing With A Raspberry Pi Camera

    Recently I've been playing with my old Raspberry Pi and a camera module (version 2) I bought a while ago. It turns out the camera is quite powerful and allowed me to create various types of videos or pictures. Here's what I've been able to do. Note 1: In this article, I am using two commands that are meant to take photos or videos, natively...

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