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Last week-end, I was in Brussels, Belgium for the FOSDEM, one of the greatest open source developer conference. I was not sure to go there this year (I already skipped it in 2015), but it turned out …
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Writing programs is fun, but making them fast can be a pain. Python programs are no exception to that, but the basic profiling toolchain is actually not that complicated to use. Here, I would like …
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If you're curious about Gnocchi 1.3.0, here's a short blog post about it:
https://julien.danjou.info/blog/2015/gnocchi-1.3.0-released
And new website: gnocchi.xyz
Finally, Gnocchi 1.3.0 is out. This is our final release, more or less matching the OpenStack 6 months schedule, that concludes the Liberty development cycle.
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My summary of the #OpenStack Design summit from a Telemetry point of view. Great things ahead!
Last week I was in Tokyo, Japan for the OpenStack Summit, discussing the new Mitaka version that will be released in 6 months. I've attended the summit mainly to discuss and follow-up new …
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Here they are, the Gnocchi benchmarks!
250k measures/s, not that bad, amirite?

https://julien.danjou.info/blog/2015/gnocchi-benchmarks
We got pretty good feedback on Gnocchi so far, even if we only had little. Recently, in order to have a better feeling of where we were at, we wanted to know how fast (or slow) Gnocchi was.
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Finally translated my interview from le Journal du Hacker from French to English!
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A few days ago, the French equivalent of Hacker News, called "Le Journal du Hacker", interviewed me about my work on OpenStack, my job at Red Hat and my self-published book The Hacker's Guide to …
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Writing programs is fun, but making them fast can be a pain. Python programs are no exception to that, but the basic profiling toolchain is actually not that complicated to use. Here, I would like …
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If you're curious about Gnocchi 1.3.0, here's a short blog post about it:
https://julien.danjou.info/blog/2015/gnocchi-1.3.0-released
And new website: gnocchi.xyz
Finally, Gnocchi 1.3.0 is out. This is our final release, more or less matching the OpenStack 6 months schedule, that concludes the Liberty development cycle.
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My summary of the #OpenStack Design summit from a Telemetry point of view. Great things ahead!
Last week I was in Tokyo, Japan for the OpenStack Summit, discussing the new Mitaka version that will be released in 6 months. I've attended the summit mainly to discuss and follow-up new …
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Here they are, the Gnocchi benchmarks!
250k measures/s, not that bad, amirite?

https://julien.danjou.info/blog/2015/gnocchi-benchmarks
We got pretty good feedback on Gnocchi so far, even if we only had little. Recently, in order to have a better feeling of where we were at, we wanted to know how fast (or slow) Gnocchi was.
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My talk about #OpenStack  Gnocchi (in French) and slides are here!
Last week, I've been invited to the OpenStack Paris meetup #16, whose subject was about metrics in OpenStack. Last time I spoke at this meetup was back in 2012, during the OpenStack Paris meetup #2. …
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Free Software hacker: developer for Debian, OpenStack, GNU Emacs and the awesome window manager.
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When I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
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  • eNovance
    Principal Software Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Red Hat
    Principal Software Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Julien Danjou (freelance)
    Free Software Hacker, 2011 - 2014
  • eNovance
    Lead developer, 2011 - 2012
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    Linux system engineer, 2006 - 2011
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    System administrator, 2005 - 2005
  • Mandriva
    QA developer, 2003 - 2003
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Great location, nice service. Rooms well designed. Only downside are the rooms on the street side, where you get woken up at 7am by drunk people yelling. And WiFi is slow as hell! Breakfast is amazing and on a roof top.
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Great beers, nice service!
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Cheap place with a lot of Belgian beers. Good atmosphere. Not really fancy though.
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The place to go if you miss Japan and its awesome food. Here you can buy some to bring home and cook!
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If you like meat, this is the place to go. Great service, good food, really nice. Recommended.
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