Romain Pellerin

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I am a Software Engineer living in Paris, 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 and rockets, 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.

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Latest articles

  1. Music

    Radiooooo - The Musical Time Machine Every Noice at Once

  2. A Good Manager

    Doesn't repeat to others what their team tell them Doesn't mention names when reporting to their own manager what they've been told Doesn't put people under pressure without involving themselves Doesn't complain (unless justifiably) and set an example at all times Cares about 1 on 1 meetings and avoid postponing them or hijacking them for other...

  3. Regaining control over Doctolib.com frontend

    Originally published on Medium. Doctolib has been growing rapidly over the past 5 years, as has our code base. We have been able to deliver numerous features in a timely manner, but oftentimes at the expense of code legibility and simplicity. The year 2018 was for us an opportunity to step back, learn from our mistakes, and set goals in order...

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CONTACT

I operate by Crocker's Rules. You can contact me on any of the above-mentioned websites, or using the following email address:


Should you decide to reach out on social media, please don't say just hi and don't ask to ask :).