Software crafter


Digital punker and software crafter keen on open source, mobile apps and privacy.

Sometimes I write publications and I share things during meetups.

I may design stuff and record podcasts.

Blog posts

Return of experience about Brave

For almost 3 years I used daily the Brave web browser and also its solution for loyal ads remuneration based on Basic Attention Tokens. Privacy-focused browser, protection of personal data, use of tokens in Web3 to remunerate creators... You can find here a return of experience and my conclusions.
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Some words about secrets leaks

Some words about leaks of sensitive data in Git repositories and histories. I hope it will help developers to be more aware of such leaks of data.
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GitHub and Dependabot alerts

Finally I managed to find enough time to write a blog publication about basic configurations of Dependabot alerts on GitHub projects. I hope it will help developers to be more aware of vulnerabilities.
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About our "café vie privée"

Return of experience about the set up of a "Café Vie Privée" in Lannion, which is a kind of meetup or afterwork in a pub with talks about privacy, web uses, cryptocurrencies or digital hygien. It was gorgeous!
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Libre, open source and ethics - 2022

This year I gave a talk at Devoxx France (in front of around 200 attendees) and Sunny Tech about open source, libre and ethical licenses with a focus on differences between these three groups of licenses and all the issues ethical licenses bring about software uses.

Software i18n - 2021

In 2021 I gave a talk at Devoxx France about i18n of softwares with a focus on Android and iOS apps (in front of around 180 attendees). This same talk was selected also for Breizhcamp, but this conference was cancelled because of COVID-19.

Kotlin/Native - 2019

I was at the first edition of DevFest Strasbourg in 2019 with a talk about Kotlin/Native to talk about Kotlin, native compilation and integration of Kotlin code in iOS app (in front of abount 80 attendees).

DevFest du Bout du Monde - 2019

A DevFest has been made in Brest! Two Google Developers Groups, FinistDevs and Code d'Armor worked on the 1st DevFest convention in Brittany! 4 tracks with more than 30 talks and workshops about Android, IoT, M2M, communication, UX, security, web or also communication. Around 350 attended to this event, with more than 20 companies and several associations. More details on the website and the press folder.

Café Vie Privée - Lannion 2018

Privacy is an important and hot topic, and citizens may need to discover and learn best practices and tools to secure their uses of the digital world and be more protected. That is the reason why a Café Vie Privée has been made at Lannion with talks and partners (press folder). A talk has been created about cryptocurrencies and privacy.

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Open source apps contributions

In my spare time I may contribute to open source apps I like to use. I enriched for example Vitemadose (iOS), Nearby Weather and also floss-toolbox.

Baah Box (fun for health)

Sometimes adults and children need to train their muscles before getting an arm prothesis or to recover plain control of their injuried limbs. Existing training solutions are expensive or not fun at all. Baah Box is a project where a DIY box is connected to sensors or joysticks, used by patients, and is appeared to mobile apps. They provide games and bring fun during those hard moments of training. Worked on Android and iOS apps and tools (for configuration as code, legal notices in Swift and Gradle, headers of sources in Swift).

Tips'n'tools (tech watch)

Created a cache-like system based on a spreadsheet and scripts to avoid to make always the same searches, and share content with my colleagues. It provides clients (Shell script and kind of Progressive Web App) to list and find faster interesting references, tools, devices and specifications. Project hosted on GitHub.

Smooth Clicker (app)

Android app for rooted devices allowing the user to define points to click on its screen so as to automate tasks or to cheat on games. The app has reached an audience between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads, and was hosted on the store. The sources are available on GitHub.

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Technical interests



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