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2014-01-28 12:01
Ca va devenir une habitude de répondre à Clochix Un passage en particulier m’a interpellé : Bien sûr, certains d’entre nous mettent en place des testa… Read More
2014-01-11 02:25
So, I was discussing with @Clochix on the future of mobile/apps/the web, what are the costs for developers today to target as much platforms as possible, etc. And then someone popped up in t… Read More
2013-12-16 14:04
Réponse à certains morceaux de cette merveilleuse pièce par Clochix. Je me suis trompé sur le Web. J’aime HTTP, mais ça reste un protocole client-s… Read More
2013-12-05 14:37
I spent about two years having my belongings in a bag, moving from places to places, never unpacking it fully. I took some time to notice what other people were doing (building companies, pr… Read More
2013-10-08 19:51
A fantasy lives in the head of a large number of people about the role of the W3C in the web ecosystem. This fantasy is that the W3C would decide what gets in the web platform and what doesn… Read More
2012-07-22 17:10
This blogpost is mostly a reaction to Daniel Clifford’s Google I/O 2012 talk: “Breaking the JavaScript Speed Limit with V8”. I’m reacting only to this talk. I don&rsq&hell…Read More
2012-04-05 21:36
Ce post est une réponse à l’article de Séverin Naudet. Une première partie constitue une réponse, la seconde discute d’autres formes de protect… Read More
2012-03-26 19:49
Let’s start with a Mozilla drama Some time ago, a Mozillian expressed his opinion on gay marriage. This post has been relayed on Planet Mozilla, an aggragator of blogs of a lot of mozi… Read More

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