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President Obama has quietly recruited top tech talent from the likes of Google and Facebook. Their mission: to reboot how government works.
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Mobile sous 694MHz => niet
Mobile 694MHz et + : gogogo
Bande L : 40MHz TDD ou SDL ? go
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Yesterday, a group from INRIA, Microsoft Research, Johns Hopkins, the University of Michigan, and the University of Pennsylvania published a deep analysis of the Diffie-Hellman algorithm as used in TLS and other protocols. This analysis included a novel downgrade attack...
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Y aurait pas un léger foutage de gueule dans cette campagne de pub ?
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Irresponsible or unavoidable borrowing?

Growing up in Europe, I didn't pay much attention to the construction of the Euro, and whatever little I remember has nothing to do with the economics of it. Now, older, having lived in the US for a while, with a Greek wife, I'm looking at the way the Euro is unraveling and I've been using the opportunity to try to figure out how it works (or, rather, why it doesn't).

The core mechanism that allows multiple states to share the same currency is pretty simple: since the weaker states can't devalue their currency to compensate for their trade deficit with the stronger ones, money has to flow from the stronger economies to the weaker ones in order to maintain the balance.

We see that in the US: as measured in GDP per capita, there's about a 2:1 ratio between the strongest states and the weakest ones. To compensate for that, a lot of money flows between states, through the federal government. Most taxes in the US are federal taxes, i.e. about 75%, and the federal government doesn't necessarily spend the money it collects in the exact states where it collects them. As an example, every year about 130 billion dollars paid by California in federal taxes don't make it back into California. Texas and New York are the two other states that have a negative balance of more than 100 billion each. For those 3 states, that outflow on money represents 5.7%, 7.2% and 7.4% of their respective GDPs. California is literally sending money to other states so that those states can buy California stuff. The same is true for Texas, New York, and about 20 of the 50 states that are sending money to the other 30.

Looking back in history, the Marshall Plan followed a somewhat similar logic: the US sent aid to Europe, to allow Europeans to buy US goods, which was both a stabilizing mechanism for European currencies that otherwise were in a devaluation spiral, and an outlet for the huge US industrial production. For reference, the Marshall Plan amounted to 120 billion dollars (in today's dollars) over 4 years, which is tiny compared to the amount of money that the federal government now redistributes across state lines.

We can compare that to the situation in the Eurozone/EU, where the GDP per capita varies by a factor of about 2.3:1. Germany's balance in the EU budget is negative by less than 9 billion Euros. France's and Italy's follow at approximately 6.5 billion and 6 billion. Germany's 9 billion Euros is tiny compared to California's 130 billion dollars, especially since Germany's GDP is 60% larger than that of California. Since the US and EU economies have approximately the same size, that's a reasonably apples-to-apples comparison. The biggest negative balance that a Eurozone country has with the EU is about 0.41% of its GDP. The biggest positive balance is 1.3%. Within the US, only 4 states out of 50 fall within that range.

That's the problem right there: Germany is not flowing enough money out to other Eurozone countries to compensate for its own very strong economy. That's true of other rich European countries as well, e.g. Netherlands, Austria, France.

From the Greek point of view, the only way to get that money to flow in order to maintain balance had been for the government to borrow. That wasn't irresponsible borrowing. That was mechanical, predictable. Greece's poor historical discipline around government finances only accelerated an unavoidable process, but it's not a root cause.

In fact, predictably, pushing Greece into austerity made things worse, much worse: with the root cause being Greece's relatively weak economy compared to the rest of the Eurozone, an austerity approach can only put Greece in a position where it needs even more money to flow in in order to maintain balance.

Even if we assume that all of Greece's debts get somehow forgiven with no further constraints and that Greece manages to run a balanced government budget, it would still be in an unsustainable position in the current Eurozone as its weaker economy would force additional money to flow in. Unless the Eurozone very significantly increases the amount of money that it redistributes across borders, Greece should get out of the Euro at the first opportunity, i.e. literally Monday morning, July 6.

Worse, with Greece out, it's only a matter of time for another weak country to find itself in the same position: that might be Portugal, Spain, Italy, or if Bulgaria, Romania or even Hungary join quickly enough that might go through that same death spiral quickly enough to see the Eurozone as a revolving door, with barely enough time to come in before being back out.

Once that first batch of weak countries is out, there'll always be more that'll be at the bottom of the scale and will find themselves in the same position. France is comfortably in the middle of the pack within Europe today, but attrition will eventually push it toward the bottom, and France having to leave the Euro is a true nightmare scenario for everyone.

In order for the Eurozone to survive, its rich members will need to send a lot more money to the poorer ones: the rich ones literally can't continue reaping benefits from a currency based on the European average without sharing those benefits with the poorer ones that bring that European average down. Otherwise, the Euro will consume country after country until it hits a country that is literally too big to fail.
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Incompatibilité du copier/coller (url dans seedbox) avec Android M preview 1 (bouton "coller" derrière fenêtre modale)

Bug report créé :
http://dev.freebox.fr/bugs/task/17540
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SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with summarizing and analyzing new threats to networks and internet security events.
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Merci SFR/Numericable
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SFR avait été choisi par l’autorité de régulation des télécommunications pour installer la fibre optique à Versailles. Mais son rachat par Numericable a arrêté le projet.
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ça y est, Online.net/Free/Iliad lance son cloud !!!
Fini la beta, place à la prod !
Scaleway is the first IaaS provider worldwide to offer an ARM based cloud.
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Pour se désendetter, la solution ? Booster les tarifs !!!
Clients, s'abstenir !
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SFR va revoir ses offres mobile et fixe à partir du 1er avril (et ce n'est pas un poisson). L'opérateur racheté par Numericable intègre maintenant totalement les offres du câblo-opérateur qui semble disparaître au profit de la marque SFR, et il en va de même pour Virgin Mobile ou encore RED.
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Education
  • CS2I Nevers
    Computer Architect (Master 2), 2005 - 2007
  • IUT de Bourgogne
    Software Design (DUT), 1997 - 1999
  • Université de Bourgogne
    Biology (DEUG B), 1995 - 1997
  • Lycée Alain Colas à Nevers
    1991 - 1995
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Système : Linux : RedHat Entreprise Linux/CentOS, Debian/Ubuntu, Gentoo, Linux From Scratch (LFS) Unix : Ultrix/Digital Unix, Sun Solaris, IBM AIX Windows Server : NT4-2008R2 (WSUS, Active Directory, Anti-virus) Applicatifs : Apache, Lighttpd, nginx, OpenLDAP Haute disponibilité : KeepAlived, HeartBeat, IPVS, HAProxy, DRBD SGBD-R (MySQL avec réplication Master/Slaves, PostgreSQL), NoSQL (Memcache, Sharedance, MongoDB) Diagnostiques/Performances : vmstat, iostat, strace, top/iotop/iftop/mytop Scripting : Perl, Shell, bases de AWK Déploiement : Puppet, pf-tools, custom (SFR made RS4) Virtualisation : VMWare ESX(i) 3.5--5.1 via vSphere+CLI Supervision : Centreon/Nagios/NRPE, SNMP+Traps, Syslog Stockage : RAID, NAS/SAN, FiberChannel (HP EVA4400, Dell MD3000, Datacore, Brocade, zoning), EMC Isilon Sauvegardes : NetBackup, via scripting Réseau : Connaissance des différents OS Cisco : IOS, CatOS (Catalyst), NX-OS (Nexus), PIX (firewall pre-ASA) Sécurité réseau : firewall Cisco PIX, firewalling Linux iptables/netfilter, détection d'intrusion (Prelude-IDS, Snort), nessus, nmap, ARPWatch, antivirus F-Secure Routage Développement : Web : HTML+Javascript+CSS, PHP, Java Shell/Unix : Perl, Shell, bases de AWK Embarqué/Unix : C, C++ Historique : Ada, Pascal, Visual Basic, Assembleur du Z80 et x86 Audit de code et profiling : Valgrind/Cachegrind, gdb, strace, XDebug Gestion de version : CVS, SVN/Subversion, HG/Mercurial, GIT TOEIC : 975/990 (03/2007)
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  • Capgemini
    Expert système, outils et supervision, 2013 - present
    @SFR Rattaché à l'équipe Build (S4) mais travaillant pour l'équipe Outils (S3), mon activité couvre des sujets de supervision ainsi que l'industrialisation des activités du Build. Points forts : - Mise à profit de mes compétences systèmes et scripting/développement - Apport de mon expérience de la production - Découverte de nouveaux systèmes de déploiement
  • Capgemini
    Architecte système et réseau, 2011 - 2013
    @Canal+ En charge de la formation des nouveaux arrivants au sein du forfait, je suis le référent technique sur les différentes plateformes. (navigation, VOD, back-office mais aussi signalisation DVB). Points forts : - Gestion des incidents et amélioration des process - Sécurisation des mises en production navigation, interactivité, back-office - Définition architectures logicielle, système et réseau
  • Consort NT SA
    Administrateur système et intégrateur, 2008 - 2011
    @Canal+ Tout d'abord en charge de l'administration des plateformes de navigation ADSL, j'ai été chargé de leur industrialisation afin de les fiabiliser et d'accompagner la montée en charge. Points forts : - Design et mise en place de nouvelles architectures - Intégration d'outils métiers - Génération tables DVB
  • Philips
    Développeur et intégrateur embarqué, 2007 - 2008
    Intégrateur logiciel, on m'a confié la mission d'intégrer différents navigateurs embarqués et de développer les extensions javascript nécessaires au pilotage de la STB via ce navigateur. Points forts : - Intégration avec player embarqué, le décodage vidéo/audio hardware - Apprentissage signalisation DVB - Interface avec la communauté Open-Source
  • Valeo
    Expert en sécurité, 2006 - 2006
    Détection des problèmes de sécurité au niveau des serveurs et du réseau. Préconisations afin de préparer un audit ISO demandé par le groupe. Remise à plat du système de sauvegardes Unix et Windows.
  • FreePlanning
    Fondateur, Chef de projet et développeur Unix et Web, 2000 - 2004
    Fondateur et associé, j'y occupais le poste de directeur technique. Nous développions des portails web en marque blanche pour des entreprises (mini-extranet personnalisable). Notre premier produit était un agenda web et un webmail accompagnés d'outils de synchronisation pour Outlook (façon Gmail+Google Agenda ou Outlook Web-Access de nos jours)
  • Innovation Carte (I.Car)
    Administrateur Réseau et Unix, développeur Web, 1999 - 2000
    Mon activité était séparée en deux parties : - installation et administration de nos serveurs Solaris et Linux - création de sites webs dynamiques sur le modèle LAMP (D'abord Solaris puis Linux) Mots clés : HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Flash, Apache, Perl, MySql, PHP, Solaris, Linux, Shell
  • Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique
    Développeur Windows, 1999 - 1999
    Développement en Visual Basic d'un front-end pour un simulateur d'accident nucléaire (sur calculateurs IBM RS/6000). Passage des données à des calculateurs développés en Fortran, sous AIX et récupération des données afin de les présenter. Habilitation Secret Défense et Confidentiel Défense
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Meudon
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Chatillon sur Seine - Pougues les Eaux - Dijon - Issoudin - Rolampont - Illkirch-Graffenstaden
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+ Salle spacieuse + Décor sympa + Nourriture bonne - Service très lent
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