1. Bye Bye Chaps

    My last day at the BBC as an employee is December 31st 2016. I handed my resignation letter on September 13th and thought I would share a few artifacts of my resignation.

    For the readers and for my future self.

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  2. npm-based release workflow

    Releasing a package to the npm registry can be error prone. It involves git tagging, to update a CHANGELOG file, to compile assets, to version bump etc.

    Plus, it can happen multiple times a week and the process must be shared with all the project collaborators.

    We will explore how to proceed, by relying solely on the npm command.

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  3. A selection of my favourite podcasts

    I have been late in the game: I started to listen to podcasts only since summer 2014.

    Since then, I (re)discovered and reinvented my relationship with the radiophonic medium and found a new way to learn and wander at the same time.

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  4. 69 months of Sud Web

    What is better than 50 shades of Grey? 69 months of conference organisation. Almost 6 years!

    Why leaving while being one of the founding members? And what did I learn throughout our yearly iterations? This is what we will focus on.

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  5. HTTP to HTTP with bash, curl and jq

    Mapping an interface to another one and chaining the dots altogether are systematic needs in data processing. We end up writing loads of lines of code just to map and transfer these data.

    Hopefully it becomes a fairly easy goal to achieve with a handful combination of curl, jq and bash operators.

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  6. I deleted my Facebook account one year ago

    I “permanently” deleted my Facebook account right before attending 2014 New Year’s Eve party. A few minutes after, I realised I have had not written down the address of the venue and faced a sad reality: I delegated too much of my everyday life to one single actor. Unconsciously. Gradually. And a bit by denial.

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