About

This is my personal website, where I put the stuff I like to do. I hope that by documenting my projects it will motivate me to finish them through to peer pressure. I like to ski, mountain bike, and build things.

I work as a software engineer, my specialty is developing image processing algorithms for parallel computing architectures. For more about my work, see my LinkedIn profile.

11 thoughts on “About

  1. oscar garcia

    Hi sorry for asking here not found your work mail are Intel opening shevlink park I would like to port to Linux and Macos now that Intel graphics support OpenCL in Linux thanks to beinet..

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  2. boontham

    THANKS YOU FOR GOOD APPS TOUCHPAD

    I WANT TO LERN ANDROID PROGRAMMING PLEASE SEND LINK OF SCHOOL TO ME

    THANKS MASTER

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  3. Ovi

    Even though it didn't work for me, I commend you for your efforts! I can't believe these people complain/demand so much of a free app with no ads!

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  4. Brandon Doering

    Hello Mr. Sharlet,

    My name is Brandon Doering and I am with Southside fire department. I have a proposition for you and some questions. Please send me an email at the provided address. This is in reference to your touchpad program. Great program.
    Thanks!

    Brandon

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  5. alex

    Hi,

    Is there any way the server can be made to an APK?

    Cheers
    Alex

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  6. Bruce

    I want to use your touchpad for android to turn my phone into a touchpad for my Nexus 7. I have a bluetooth keyboard by need a mouse to navigate when I make slides or use word documents. Is your app compatible with Nexus 7?

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  7. Michael Schulze

    Hi Dillon, is anyone successfully running livespice on a mac using bootcamp/windows 7? I get a crash every time I try to test the audio or run a simulation. Thanks!

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  8. Zakary Little

    Your touchpad app was amazing, im killing myself for not having thought of it myself sooner. And you implemented it so well great job, and if you were to put up a donations link for your dev work id gladly donate for having used this app.

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  9. Jay Edry

    It's hard to love your touchpad app when the 'options menu' is nowhere to be found. My hunch is that you need to press a specific phone button to open up the menu? But unfortunately my phone does not have a options menu button designated for your app. Please let me know if I'm wrong. I've seen many people be confused by this.

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