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Life fork

On some level, I wish I could fork my Life.
… 😭

— me.

Posted in Notes, Poetry, Quotes

It’s simple

It’s simple. You just need to understand it.
— me.

Sums up what I think of computing. In particular I am thinking of character encoding 🤕 🤒 💥

Insomnia

When I fail to sleep, I feel there is a background process that I don’t manage to kill and that eats all my cpu. 😕

— me (1:26 AM). 

Unique

I need to be unique. Like a primary key.

— me.

Posted in Notes, Poetry, Quotes

I like journalists

I like journalists, I think they’re like organic algorithms. Constantly fetching data and organizing the information for you.

— me.

Technical Documentation Terribilis

Massage parameters and give them coconut juice

Technical Documentation Terribilis

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Tcp relationships

Sometimes I think that human relationships are just like tcp connections. Sometimes they suddenly close and someone has to reconnect. Sometimes no matter the retries, the connection is just refused.

— me.

Posted in Notes, Poetry, Quotes

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My brother on Golang:

I don’t need to learn Go.

Because I do JAVA.

*Shrug*

— When he caught me reading the Golang tutorial – the new hype language these days. What a true Java bear.

Posted in Notes, Quotes

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Dev confused about how to implement his API :

Religion is so far better than computing. If only we had some kind of prophet too, at least we would know what to do in advance. Seriously.

— Today at work. In the end, we decided to go for it and refactor later 😀

Job inquiry : software prophet.

Posted in Notes, Devsworld, Quotes

The Infometer Concept : Making information measurable

Introducing the Infometer chrome extension

In this article I will show you what’s missing in the way we process digital content and what we could do to improve that with the concept of “Infometer”. It is the rationale behind the Infometer chrome extension that I also introduce here as an illustration of this concept. Continue reading

So I am a heavy reader. My best rate is one book per week. I read mostly practical books that make me learn something and sometimes novels. My reading is consequently very goal driven : I have to understand and learn. Being rather a practical reader, I have developed some reading techniques that make me read faster, with more focus, so that I learn more efficiently.

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