I am a Software Engineering student at the University of Technology of Compiègne (France). I usually spend my time programming or having fun in a terminal. In love with GNU/Linux and FOSS (RMS's website is a gold mine everyone should read). I like writing in LaTeX. And I also play the guitar.
Apart from computers, I am also interested in space exploration, AI and self-driving electric cars. I look forward to a future with a lot less pollution.
I try to read books as often as possible, in English and French. I am also a huge fan of comics.
I write blog posts quite extensively on this website, not only about computer science but also broader topics such as the environment, my travels or politics. There are RSS and Atom feeds that you can subscribe to. I usually write a few times a month. Feedback is greatly appreciated.
Here are a bunch of links for open source project maintainers/creators: Tools/Continuous integration/Continuous testing GreenKeeper Coveralls Sauce Labs Travis CI CircleCI Codeship bitHound: Node.js code and npm analysis for your team Gemnasium Codecov Scrutinize Miscellaneous Issue and Pull Request templates How to attract new contributors to...
In this article, I explain and sum up everything one needs to know to apply for a J-1 visa in the US, in order to do an internship. Everything below is based on my experience and on the instructions I received. Visa Getting a J-1 visa for the US is a quite long process. First and foremost, a sponsor is required. The most popular sponsor of J-1...
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