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I'm a software engineer passionate about coding, web development and applications architecture.

You can read more about me on my own website or on my stackoverflow professional profile.

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Jan
9
comment Merging Multiple CSV Files without merging the header
actually I had to use tail -n+2, tail +2 wouldn't work
Dec
18
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
10
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
21
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
8
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
4
comment Dock shows on only one screen on OS X Mavericks
Update on the bugs: sometimes, the dock seems to be "locked" on one screen: on screen 2, I can't show it. I have to show it on screen 1, and then the dock will properly show on both screen. It is random, not related to restarting, and affect both monitors randomly. Maybe it's a sideeffect of an app like TotalSpaces…
Oct
27
accepted Dock shows on only one screen on OS X Mavericks
Oct
27
comment Dock shows on only one screen on OS X Mavericks
It seems there are some bugs :( After restarting, the dock started showing up on all monitors like it should, but after waking up from sleep, the dock only shows on the main monitor.
Oct
23
comment Time separators blinks inconsistently
That would drive me crazy!
Oct
23
comment Dock shows on only one screen on OS X Mavericks
I have them from right to left, and the dock only shows on the right (even if I'm working on the left monitor). I haven't restarted since the install yesterday, maybe it's just a bug that will go away, i'll try that tonight.
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
22
asked Dock shows on only one screen on OS X Mavericks
Oct
8
comment Remap “Home” and “End” to beginning and end of line
Indeed it works immediately, and it's way easier. Thanks!
Sep
20
accepted iMac second monitor alternative
Sep
19
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
13
comment How to know if a SSD will work on OS X?
Any "official" link about using/not using TRIM? This is interesting (and the reason I asked the question), I'd love a canonical response.
Sep
13
comment How to know if a SSD will work on OS X?
@cksum I know it will be bottlenecked, but AFAIR I couldn't find any SSD SATA 3Gbps, so unless it's a problem I'll buy a 6Gbps (it shouldn't perform "less" right?). About TRIM, that's exactly why I asked the question thanks.
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
Sep
12
asked How to know if a SSD will work on OS X?
Jun
14
awarded  Notable Question