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Les 20, 21 et 22 avril a eu lieu à Paris la 5ème édition de la conférence Devoxx France. Issue de la communauté Java, Devoxx France s’est ouverte au fil des ans et accueille les développeurs en général. Lors de cette … Continue reading
Le 9 février 2016, j’ai eu l’occasion de co-animer avec Bruno Bouccard et Thomas Pierrain la soirée Software Craftsmanship au Paris Java User Group. Cette soirée dédiée au refactoring du code legacy s’est déroulée en mode coding dojo. Le kata Trip … Continue reading
Gentle introduction to Ruby programming language. This presentation brings an overview of basic concepts and useful information to start coding.
At the end of 2014, I started working for a well known French investment bank as Software Craftsmanship evangelist. About 2 or 3 years before, an ambitious program started being deployed across the organisation in a huge movement towards Continuous Delivery. I joined … Continue reading
Developers (me included) generally focus more on make it work and make it right and less on make fast. Consequence: our applications slow down, and frequently we realize that too late. In this presentation, I list some tips that helped … Continue reading
Since Java 1.1, when inner classes were first introduced, they have started a lot of discussion. Some people like them and find them useful. Others hate them. Viewpoints apart, the fact is that inner classes can be efficient in many situations … Continue reading