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Exploring ES6: a free book deep-diving into ES6 by Axel Rauschmayer https://leanpub.com/exploring-es6/read with plenty of solid examples 
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https://github.com/mattdesl/budo

A browserify development server focused on incremental reloading and LiveReload integration.

A nice tool to have when developing with browserify.
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Learn how to use and write Browserify transforms!
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Currently trying to learn a bit more about docker, and experimenting with a Jekyll container

https://workshop.avatarnewyork.com/post/jekyll-up-and-running-with-docker/
https://gist.github.com/mrryanjohnston/8727858

Still struggling :(
How-to get the Jekyll engine up and running quickly and dependency free with Docker
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Indeed :) I'm just playing with docker for now. Nothing serious.

I should re-read the docs. It's moving fast, 3 weeks ago the website was utterly different.

I should mail you about this docker stuff, a lot of potential.
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Hello again, my lieges!. I've got a new video for you today on something the people working on me are experimenting with: Rails-Inspired Yeoman Generators. Love to hear what you think of the idea!. 

Saving Time With Rails-Inspired Yeoman Generators
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Worked today on node-fileset, dropping support to node 0.8 and adding a synchronous API (finally!)

https://github.com/mklabs/node-fileset/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#changelog
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The rails asset pipeline is really nice to work with. Here with emcee and a simple way to package web components.

For node users, mincer (https://github.com/nodeca/mincer) is a really good alternative. Maybe emcee can be ported to mincer as well :)
 
Package Web Components in Rails applications using the Asset Pipeline
emcee - Package web components in Rails applications using the asset pipeline
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2 years ago, I revamped my blog to use Jekyll and started to blog in English rather than French: http://mkla.bz

But never really published anything apart an article on using Yeoman together with Jekyll.

Today, I decided to rework a series of post (3) I never published, to finally publish them.

My old blog with french articles can still be found on my github at: https://github.com/mklabs/blog.mklog.fr

The new one at: https://github.com/mklabs/mklabs.github.com
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> I'm not used to it, but I'm about to talk about everything, be it
technical or very personal.

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> This is going to be a pretty lengty post. And I need to do it in several chunks. Was about to let it go (in 1 go), but I think I can go get some sleep now
:)

Thank you vim.

~ Me talking to Vim at 4am.

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I just spent the last two hours to fill out a vim buffer with words. Not code.

Mostly talking to myself, rethinking of the last 10 years of my life. I think it was kind of useful, I feel like I'll sleep well now :)

Writing feels good, even if it's just for you (and vim)
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Yeah sleeping is good sometimes !
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Source Maps 101 For SASS, CoffeeScript, TypeScript and UglifyJS

+Nettuts+ have a pretty fantastic new article out on Source Maps, which also includes reminders of how to debug them with the Chrome DevTools.

http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tools-and-tips/source-maps-101/

P.S: Paul and I covered Source Maps in the Breakpoint: Ep 3 https://developers.google.com/live/shows/10399059/
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Smart editing with esprima: http://contraptionsforprogramming.blogspot.fr/2012/02/better-javascript-content-assist-in.html

Eclipse Orion might be the first to do this.

> good tool support that really knows about the code you are working on. Traditional IDEs set the bar high in this area.

The whole code is here: https://github.com/aeisenberg/esprimaContentAssist

Dreaming about the same thing in Vim (Or sublime, Or textmate). A truly semantically aware content assist for our JavaScript!

Each time I go to the esprima readme, I find out some new exciting tools based on it.
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    JavaScript dev, 2015 - present
  • Kelkoo, ENS LSH, Euriware, Astek, Atos Worldline
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Programmer, mostly about js, nodejs and front-end development
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  • La Xavière
    Bac S, 2000 - 2004
  • Lycée ORT
    IRIS, 2005 - 2007
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