I am a Software Engineer living in Berlin, Germany. Most of the day you'll find me programming or having fun in a terminal. I am a GNU/Linux user who supports open source.
I try to read books as often as possible, in English and French, to foster my creativity. I am also a huge fan of comics (The Walking Dead being my favorite).
I write blog posts on this website not only about computer science but also broader topics such as the environment, bikes or travels. There are RSS and Atom feeds that you can subscribe to. I usually write a few times a year. Feedback is greatly appreciated.
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Originally published on Medium. 2021 marked a big milestone for the Doctolib engineering teams. Our 8-year-old codebase and products finally switched from French to English as a default language/locale. As Doctolib is not present in any English speaking country, we don't have region-specific locales such as en-GB or en-US, nor do we have...
Prague is a relatively small city, for a capital. But it is gorgeous! The city center is almost exclusively made of pedestrian-only areas, with narrow streets full of live where cobble stones are king. The architecture is beautiful, and the city is overlooked by a castle. A perfect destination in Europe for a couple of days. I went there for...
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