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:
Composer is an awesome and powerful tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the libraries your project depends on and it will manage (install/update) them, and their respective dependencies for you. To make your own libraries or packages usable by composer users, you need to declare them towards composer. When the package is public, less steps are required. You could host your repository online on GitHub for example, then declare it towards the packagist.org index for example. When the repository is private, it's a bit trickier, and I spent some time figuring it out, so here's a little feedback on my attempts.Read more
Always being on the lookout for tools and methods that would help a development team industrialise its processes, I got interested into Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration.
On of the leading tools of this field being Jenkins, I setup an instance to get started.
Here's some feedback on my experience.
Disclaimer : I'm not a Jenkins nor CI expert, this is just a retranscription of my wanderings, hoping it would serve a fellow developer out there.
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.Read more