One year of Open-source

The end of the year seems to be a good time to turn back and have a look at what those last 365 days were made of. I’ll keep my 9-to-5 job out of the picture (I quit!) and just focus on what happened around OSS/GitHub and my personal projects.

Python Koans Completed

I recently discovered the concept of programming Koans: series of TDD-style tutorials to learn parts of a programming language. I’ve been willing to get better at Python for a while and started doing Greg Malcolm’s Python Koans. After a few months of practice, I completed all of them and thought it’d be cool to share my take on the extra credit task.

Littérature française

Voici une petite sélection de dix romans en français que je recommande vivement. Beaucoup de ces histoires sont assez sombres, d’autres sont plutôt spirituelles. Toutes sont excellentes.


Here it is after a lot of commits: the new version of my personal website,! I’ve been working on it for some months and am really happy to release it.

ES6 Quick Wins

I’m starting to use ES6 in all of my projects, and wanted to show my colleagues how easy it could be. Using tools like traceur in combination with a build setup (you should have one!), it is really easy to get started writing small parts of the code in ES6 syntax. Here’s the link to the presentation.