News from last month (2019/02 edition)

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Articles So many links this month… I tried to add some categories, this will change in the future editions. Docker, K8s, Cloud How I Hacked Play-with-Docker and Remotely Ran Code on the Host Atlassian admits it did Kubernetes ‘the hard way’ Introducing GCP Essentials, a new video series Go Go: Avoid package names like base, util, or common Get Go-ing with Cloud Functions: Go 1.

News from last month (2019/01 edition)

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Intro Here are some links for you, so you can get back on tracks before going back to work. The links are mostly about JavaScript (in browsers or Node.

Angular, TL;DR

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I have written a few things about Angular in the past here. I have finally been able to work with it professionnaly, so here are a few thoughts about the framework and what is around it.

AMP Game Theory

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This is an ugly copypasta from this twitter thread (and I don’t like threads) by user lukestevens. I’ve been thinking about implications of Google’s AMP ambitions for web standards, and can’t shake the This Is Getting Worse feeling.

La positive attitude

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What ? Seriously ? No. In my “To 2018 and beyond” post I said that I wanted to be more positive. I also wrote about the things I do not want to spend my personal time on.

FFmpeg tips

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Here are a few commands for FFmpeg that were useful for me. The help page for all parameters is here. A nice tool that uses FFmpeg is Handbrake.

To 2018 and beyond

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It’s that time again… This year was not an easy one for me, switching between too many contexts for too long. This explains why I almost stopped coding outside of work I think.

Levels on the internet

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I found this on reddit. I put this here to keep it somewhere. All credits to this comment by u/Forgive_My_Cowardice. I added the images in the post, instead of linking them as in the comment

English?

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Node.JS and environment variables

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I just went through this nice article and I just wanted to add a few things you do not usually find in articles about environment variables.

About me

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Hi! I am Siegfried Ehret. I am a french web developer, I like burgers and うなぎ. I’m curious, I love the open

Hodor with React

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react-hodor The demo is here. The repo is here Install using npm install react-hodor ! Include some stuff ! import React from ‘react’; import ReactDOM from ‘react-dom’; import Hodor from ‘react-hodor’; hodor The default <Hodor/> directive replace the $element content with “hodor”.

React Fiber... *sigh*

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Hello you, how are you ? I just bumped into the following TechCrunch post: Facebook announces React Fiber, a rewrite of its React framework

2017/03 news

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‘sup world ? Here is some link from march, hope you’ll enjoy it. If it’s cool, or not, please tell me, I’d love to have some feedback.

2017/02 news

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Hello, world! This is a test! I made a small tool called ndf which calls the github API (using milestones, issues and labels) to classify some elements.

beulogue and gitlab ci

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So beulogue is hosted on Gitlab. My blog (private repo) is also there. Since beulogue is a static site generator, I have to upload my files myself.

thisdothype

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Last month, @thisdotmedia hosted an interesting «thisdotjavascript» event, bringing people from popular libraries and framework together:

This was really cool and I started following the host twitter account.

Don't leave your users behind

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(sorry, this is again a rant about some Angular thing…) What is the difference between: and ? Yep. The search bar was removed from the AngularJS website.

Leaving facebook

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Cool story bro, but why ? Mostly because I think these are more insteresting than facebook, which is full of shitty ads and videos instead of news about my friends.

Apple, B, C, D

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Okay, I had to buy an iPhone one year ago or so, because I wanted a phone with more than 16go of space. Well, after around one year, here are a few thoughts.