that's me again


My name is Jeremy

I'm a passionate web developer

I work for Wonderful

I Love the Web & I enjoy Building Websites

From very simple sites, to social platforms or complex web applications, I enjoy being part of every challenge, and try to add something that makes a difference to it. Over the years I've been involved in a growing number of projects tanks to the fact that I am passionate about what I do.

I Like to Share My Thoughts and Findings Too

Developing for the web is not a straightforward process. I have never been through a project without encountering a new challenge. I post in the resources section some plugins, scripts or concepts that helped me along the way. So if you are a developer, you might find some useful things here and there. For example, you might be interested in these following articles from the blog:

Standardizing development environments with Vagrant illustration

This is the first article of a series in which we'll explain our development process industrialisation. We'll describe how we went from a team of individuals doing things together but artisanally, to a more industrial and qualitative approach. This first topic talks about how we standardized our development environments with Vagrant.

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Retour sur Blend Web Mix 2015 illustration

Blend Web Mix, c'est la conférence Lyonnaise du Web. C'est une chance d'assister à des des conférences enrichissantes et motivantes, de rencontrer des gens intéressants, le tout dans le cadre toujours très agréable de la cité internationale. Cette année encore, l'édition a été riche en enseignements. Retour sur les conférences auxquelles j'ai assisté, et ce que j'ai pu en retirer.

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Getting started with React.js illustration

As a lead developer, I watch the web development market for solid trends (not the hype ones), and see if they could be a tangible addition to our workflow. Like Angular a few years ago, React has gained enough momentum to catch my attention. I decided to try it out in a side project to get a better understanding of how it works. Here are a few things I've noted from our first encounter. This is a beginner's point of view, not a React expert's one, so if you see any mistakes, don't hesitate to let me know, I'll update the article accordingly.

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RT @grigs: P1: How much does an app cost? P2: How much does a car cost? P1: What type of car? P2: Exactly.28 Apr / 15:04