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lolo

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Welcome Pepe
« on: December 07, 2006, 12:29:22 PM »

I am honored to present Pepe as a JPPF developer.

Pepe has been a software developer for over 20 years, starting with assembly language on machines like MO5, then amstrad, amiga and pc. He has a lot of experience with C/C++ and Java.
Pepe is specialized in graphics (high quality rendering and animation), you can see amazing samples of his work on his company's web site at: http://io-labs.com.
He also founded the Swash project on https://swash.dev.java.net and is a contributor to Java3D.
His work also has a strong network- and clustering-oriented connotation, including a recent project where he developed a set of mechanisms for managing 3D collaborative spaces for the a number of railway companies.

Pepe is also an active JPPF user and has already contributed by participating in our forums and formulating vital feature requests.

Thank you so much Pepe for joining us and welcome aboard!
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AkoZ

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Re: Welcome Pepe ! may you can help in dev of cryengine clustering
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2009, 04:12:45 PM »

that refers to http://www.jppf.org/forums/index.php?topic=632.0 topic about the possibility to have a grid for the crytek-cryengine2 a 3D video game (crysis...).
That software is real-time rendering,
i ask  if you may know about to take old computers together to perform a veryg high rendering lately on a renderer computer ?
thanks for any solution .. ;)
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