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Blind Monkeys Everywhere
There are things you expect from big companies, like Google for example. You expect some level of talent. You expect scalability. You expect (now that it's so big) some level of treachery. But sheer incompetence? Well, I didn't. I should have known ...
Aug 25, 2022
Remote real time computer monitoring
Conkw is a new project I've been working on for a few month. It stands for web-based Conky. Just like Conky, it is aimed at hobbyists that want a small dashboard where their most essential data is displayed. CPU, temperature, fan speeds, but also the ...
Jul 26, 2021
Migration of Arbitrage from Windows to Mesos
Note: Arbitrage is a "big" application in our ecosystem. Read further to see how big. This article is the last piece of our series about migrating apps at scale from .net (so, on Windows) to .netCore, on Mesos. It recaps the whole process: ...
Sep 7, 2020
Apple is so great
Apple invented the personal computer with the Apple II, igniting the personal computer revolution. Apple is unique in that regard. Apple made the mouse ubiquitous and popular, as well as the GUI. That's goundbreaking. Apple changed twice of CPU ...
Apr 24, 2020
Devoxx 2018
A bit late, but better late then never, right? Here is my talk at devoxx 2018:
Jan 8, 2019
The importance of signal / noise ratio, or how Facebook is shooting itself in the foot.
I subscribed to Facebook in January 2008. It was the trendy thing to do, and I found it quite useful. It brought a new type of connection with my friends. I had friends abroad with which keeping in touch was a bit challenging. We could now interact ...
Oct 15, 2018