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Elles sont classes ! On aura peut-être pas l'air si ridicule que ça (peut-être) 😎
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Awesome ! gotty shares your terminal into your web browser. #gotty #shell #share  
gotty - Share your terminal as a web application
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See why understanding user space vs #kernel space matters for building a #container-based infrastructure on our blog:
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Color your graphs, and what mean a color. #python #plotly
 
A post and tutorial on using colors in your plots and maps. Interactive examples are made with Python. 
Effectively using color means your graphs clearly communicate your data. This post shows how. We summarize and apply visualization research to real-world examples. You can make graphs like these with Plotly’s web app, or APIs for Python, MATLAB, and R. For users who want to securely share graphs and data within a team, or make interactive dashboards, contact us about Plotly on-premise. In other Plotly news: We’ve released maps for our...
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This first article will walk through the process of installing and configuring Citrix XenServer. Future additions to this article will walk through adding virtual machine storage repositories, XenServer pooling, creating virtual machines on the XenServer, as well as managing XenServers with XenCenter and Xen Orchestra.

#linux #citrix #xenserver #centos #debian #redhat  
This first article will walk through the process of installing and configuring Citrix XenServer. Future additions to this article will walk through adding
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nanoc is a static site generator, fit for building anything from a small personal blog to a large corporate web site. #bookmark #doc  
nanoc is a static site generator, fit for building anything from a small personal blog to a large corporate web site. The current release is 3.8.0, released on May 4th, 2015. Check out the release notes for details. Install nanoc. A simple gem install nanoc will get you going, but we've provided ...
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IPython 4 est plus modulaire (notebook, qtconsole, ...).
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My #vim config v1.6.0 now out !
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Mount several partitions into one with mhddfs. 
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If you find yourself comfortable using ActiveRecord or SQLAlchemy but freeze when you need to write SQL, you are not alone.
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I was responsible for setting up the IT Monitoring infrastructure in Faurecia company. That's done, let focus on new subjects ! Update in progress...
Employment
  • Faurecia
    EIT/PLM Applications Responsible, 2014 - present
    "More to come... stay tuned !"
  • Faurecia
    Datacenter Monitoring Expert, 2006 - 2014
    Setup a complete Nagios solution coupled with Gearman: 4 Nagios Servers (PROD, PRE-PROD, DEV, FAILOVER) with text configuration managed by Git (workflow is based on what is done with the Linux Kernel, cf. gitworkflows(7) manual page). For performing checks, more than 20 Workers (a dedicated VM executing plugins with Mod-Gearman) are available. Alerting done by IBM Tivoli/Netcool OMNibus as the hypervisor. Huge collection of plugins (using a homemade Python framework) used to check system or application components.
  • Faurecia
    Unix Administrator, 2005 - 2006
    AIX/Linux/Solaris system administration and support.
  • Faurecia
    Helpdesk operator, 2004 - 2005
    User support.
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#DevOps @Faurecia. Open source enthusiast. Hacking game concepts at spare time. Eaten by a #python.
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Open source & Linux enthusiast.
I actively use Python programming language for my work and for hobby (hack on games).

I like the devops approach, tools like Git, Fabric and Puppet to version code and manage deployment have changed my life (and the life of my coworkers ;-) ).

At last, playing games on Steam and doing time to time LAN like in early 2000s is still something I really enjoy :-)
Education
  • Université de Franche-Comté
    Informatique, Multimédia, Développement Web, 2001 - 2003
    DUT SRC
  • Lycée Jules Viette
    Productique, 1999 - 2001
    Bac STI