Tags

Is there a need to present what tags are? If you want a less detailed sorting of the posts, have a look at our categories.

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Programming

When writing code, we need tools and best practices. This is where we can share about those.

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Sustainable digital

Digital is a great tool to make the world a better place. Yet, we are often oblivious about its impacts on the environment or the society. Here, we’d like to share some ideas about how to turn digital—especially software creation—into something sustainable rather than something that will drown us faster.

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Java

Java is a great programming language for building portable software, still quite widespread. There may be something left to learn about it yet.

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News

It can be expected from a blog to react to the news. The posts with this tag do, or are news themselves.

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On Managing Coders & Software Projects

Developers and project managers are different kind of people. Yet, they have to work together to achieve great results in great projects. We’d love to share some insight for both parties, based on our own experience as developers and team leaders.

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Typography

Typography can define a range of things: fonts, special characters, the rules about how to use them…

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User eXperience

Software creation is nothing per se. Its real value lies in the service it brings to users. Yet, to be adopted, it must be agreeable to use. Here, we’ll talk about user experience, usability, ergonomy…

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Web development

Web development covers many technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WebAssembly… And the tools are numerous and interesting. Let’s have a look at them!

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Architecture

To make a great software solution, coding skillfully is not enough. The functional and technical design plays an important part. In other words, laying bricks is not enough, you need to know why and how. Here, we’ll rather speak of the how.

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Computer

How could we develop without a computer? As in, the physical thing. These posts relates to desktops or laptops, or anything with a CPU actually.

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Databases

Most software projects need a repository of some kind to store their data. And most of those use a database, that can be structured (SQL) or not (NoSQL).

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Go

Go is an open source programming language, designed by Google to improve productivity and known as fast.

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Maven

Apache Maven is a build automation tool, primarily used in Java projects, designed to standardize the way projects are compiled.

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Node & NPM

First intended as tools for building JavaScript-based server-side solutions, Node and NPM have brought a set of new tools to front-end development.

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Open Source

Open sourcing your software—or hardware—means that people will know how it works, will be able to modify it and to continue using it when you can no longer offer support.

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Oracle

Oracle Corporation sells database software and technology, and enterprise software products. It is widely known for its databases and the fact that it bought Sun’s JDK a few years back.

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Quarkus

Quarkus is a Kubernetes Native Java stack tailored for OpenJDK HotSpot and GraalVM, crafted from handpicked Java libraries and standards. It brings amazingly fast boot time, low memory footprint and gives the possibility to compile your code to a native application for even better performances.

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Spring & Spring Boot

Spring and all the projects in the Spring family have changed the way we develop in Java. This has been even accelerated with the arrival of Spring Boot. Yet, the family is so wide that there is still much to learn and share about Spring.

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