Parisian, not working as a developper but enjoying writing code during my scarce free time, I publish here various activities and notes in the hope that they can be useful to others.
This site is both visible on the web and with the gemini protocol. You can subscribe to this site through its atom or rss feeds.
This website is produced thanks to the static site generator Hugo. It is entirely static: it works only with HTML and CSS, and does not use any dynamic language. A light or dark theme is served depending of your browser preferences.
Each page is illustrated with a part from the Turgot map of Paris, created in the 18th century.
The source code of this site is visible on my personal git directory. I’m publishing it in the hope that you can find some useful code snippets for your own projects.
The design isn’t reusable; content and codes are published under the CC BY-NC-SA license.