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.

To 2017 and beyond

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It’s that time again… Last year, I added some «interludes» with music I like or something, you’ll find the same in this new one.

ng-semver, a story about angular, semver, npm, and fails

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A small story I work on a pretty cool project (Node.js + Angular.js 1.5.8). I even use Webpack ! I use npm to manage my dependencies, for the back and for the front.

What is terrible ?

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The internets are on fire since this article about Angular 2 came out. Some people understand the feeling of the author, some don’t. Maintainers have mixed reactions (sometimes stupid, like one from a so called «Rockstar», which has been deleted).

Hype considered harmful

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Yep, another «XX considered harmful» clickbait title. So. This thing happened: A big advantage of CSS in JS(X): One language (JS), not three (JS, HTML, CSS).

About yarn

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Yarn came out yesterday, and raises a few questions, Imma just leave this here. I haven’t tried everything so I’ll separate my questions/remarks in 2 parts:

Twitter Cleaner

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You may have heard of JS Fatigue. I am currently in a Twitter Fatigue mood. I use each social network differently: G+ was for my mum (Hi!

Webpack considered harmful

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I hope you enjoyed this clickbait title. Edit: 2016-09-08 add reference to Webpack: The Missing Tutorial ™ in the My problem with webpack What is webpack webpack is a module bundler.

beulogue again

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beulogue [\bøloɡ]: french for blog. Why beulogue ? I released beulogue a few months ago with a small post. beulogue is my small attempt of doing stuff myself, with a few things in mind:

I don't understand TypeScript

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A few days ago I gave a talk with Romain at Devoxx France, about frontend JavaScript and the hype of frameworks. I was able to listen to 2 talks where TypeScript was mentioned.

ES7 fatigue

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(I was about to name this thing ES7 considered harmful, but first I have to write a «considered harmful» considered harmful post ^^) You, working with async/await or whatever ES7 unfinished specs, hoping it'll work in production.

gitzytout

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Hello you ! I made a (really) small golang project: gitzytout ! gitzytout allows to easily maintain a list of (previously created) repositories in sync.

To 2016 and beyond

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明けましておめでとうございます!今年も宜しくお願い

Farewell, FirefoxOS

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FirefoxOS is (was ?) a mobile device experiment. Recently, they announced: We will make space for this [IoT] exploration by stopping our work to build and ship smartphones through carrier partners.

beulogue

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(and (keep calm) (hack lisp))

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Hello there ! I made a small presentation about lisp at a functional programming event at SFEIR. In fact, it was more an intro than

TodoMVC As A Service

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Intro I had this idea when I woke up on April 1st. The thing is that nowadays, you can choose a frontend framework by making a Todo MVC app, like you can choose a backend one by doing a blog engine.

Y U NO BE NICE ?!?!?!

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Dude, I just read your tweet about how you don’t like it. Actually, let me rephrase my last sentence: I just read your tweet about how you don’t explain why you don’t like it.

Farewell, Inbox !

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After a few months using Google Inbox, I decided to delete the app and go back to my previous email setup. So I am back to the current setup: