Renaming multiple files at a time

This command took me 20 minutes to find. Let's hope that this helps someone and me next time I need to do something similar.

find . -name '*foo*' -type f -exec bash -c 'mv "$1" "${1/foo/bar}"' -- {} \;

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Invensense Sensors data - Speeding it up

During the last month I've been digging around sensors in Android devices namely (nexus 4, nexus 7, nexus 7 and galaxy nexus). Basically it was all nexus family because they are the ones that it's more easy access and to change the source code (AOSP source code and also kernel).
It was the first time that I had the opportunity to compile a kernel and to dig a little bit at that level (a little bit far away from the most common software devs).

Memories

Just for keeping the memories on their place, here is a link to the web archive where we can see how beautiful my blog was :( http://web.archive.org/web/20101230155220/http://www.drjunior.net/drupal-6/

drjunior.net is back

Well, seems that VPS providers sometimes doesn't care about their users, and this is unfortunately happened to me.
I am currently setting a new machine on linode servers. When I have some time, I will put some content on this blog ;)

See you soon!

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