How to get rid of the Flash Of Unstyled Content

April 21, 2020

Often dreaded by UX designers, let’s see how a few simple tricks can help us get rid of this nuisance that is the Flash Of Unstyled Content.

Celebrating CSS naked day 2020!

April 9, 2020

Today is CSS naked day, let’s all remove them stylesheets!

Speed up your website in 1 minute with

October 3, 2019

Sometime life is that simple. Load a script, and make your website faster? What is this sorcery?

SBBT Architecture

September 27, 2018

I’ve developped the new website for SBBT Architecture, an architectural firm, in collaboration with NySB Paris.


July 31, 2018

I’ve developped the new website for NySB, a creative design agency based in Paris, France.

Forestry - A static website CMS

June 15, 2018

Let’s look at Forestry, a CMS for static website.

10 essential extensions for VS Code

April 19, 2018

In the span of a few years, Visual Studio Code has imposed itself as the code editor of choice for a great majority of developers around the world. Here are 10 essential extensions (at least to me) that facilitate the workflow and make this already powerful editor even better.

Let's talk about emojis

January 11, 2018

I love emojis. No, I ❤️ emojis. But what about emojis… inside code? Let’s find out if this is the greatest or worst idea of all time. Because you know, sometimes there are really important questions and you’ve got to ask yourself if you can declare 🤖 as a variable.

My backup strategy

January 3, 2018

In this post I talk about my current backup strategy, and how an irreversible tragedy taught me how to be more cautious about my digital memories.

So long LastPass, hello KeePassXC!

October 6, 2017

If you’ve got a Post-It note on your screen or under your keyboard with your Facebook password on it, this post is for you. Let’s talk about keeping passwords safe, the easy way.

Push notifications: kill the noise

September 26, 2017

Ding! You’ve got mail! Ding! You’ve got mail! Ding! You’ve got mail! Let’s stop this nonsense and find happiness again. Here’s why I’ve killed all notifications on my phone.

18-55 Productions

February 21, 2017

New project online, this time for 18-55 Productions, a French video production company.

My hectic sleep pattern

February 7, 2017

In this post I talk about my struggle with sleep deprivation, and what I’m doing to fight it.

Gitlab crashed, who's to blame?

February 2, 2017

Somewhere, a sysadmin is sweating bullets after he crashed the entire live production data of GitLab. But is he really responsible for this?

The table naming dilemma: singular vs. plural

January 25, 2017

Have you ever spent too much time reflecting on how you should name your tables? In this post I try to find a solution to this problem.

Hey look, I have a blog!

January 23, 2017

Welcome back, old friend.

HTTPS all the things!

January 23, 2017

Regular HTTP will soon be a thing of the past. Be prepared!

Healthy Warriors

August 31, 2016

New project for Healthy Warriors! 🎉

Agence Saint Germain

July 7, 2016

New project for Agence Saint Germain, an agency for photographers, make-up artists and set designers.

CFA Le Vigean

May 18, 2016

New project online! This time for CFA Le Vigean, a training center for multiple hand crafts.

The three pillars of a developer's mind

March 11, 2016

In this post I reflect on the three things I consider primordial for a developer.

New website!

January 20, 2016

Hello and welcome! 👋

elementary OS, a real alternative to Windows?

July 21, 2014

Let’s look at a Linux distribution that’s slowly becoming better with each release. Could it be the thing I’ve been waiting for to finally get rid of Windows as my main OS?

Simply Verify File Hashes With HashCheck

July 21, 2014

HashCheck is a simple tool that helps you to simply and quickly verify the integrity of a file.

Quasardb has launched

May 6, 2013

The new website for Quasardb is out! Yay! 🎉

Quick Review of Steed FTP Client

January 14, 2013

Let’s take a look at Steed, a new FTP client for Windows that’s aiming at being an alternative to the good old FileZilla.

The Rubber Duck Debugging

November 18, 2012

We’ve all been there. Head in the hands, aimlessly looking at the screen, you’re stuck in front of an unsolvable bug. Luckily, a simple technique might help you. And it involves a rubber duck.