My Personal Branding for developers book is out


I’m thrilled to announce that my book on personal branding for developers is now available at Apress: Success in Programming, How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence Through Personal Branding. After many hours of writing, editing, pages deleted, I can’t be more proud of that book. It’s my way to share with you my experience,... Read more

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Fred’s tees #40 – Normal people


By popular demand, I’ll continue to write my Fred’s tees series. After all, people are still asking me where I buy my t-shirts, and I have a personal brand to continue to promote, haha! There is no better way to resume this posts series with this amazing t-shirt from Words Brand that say it all… Read more

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I’m joining Mashape as the Head of Developer Relations


Yes, leaving Mozilla without knowing where to go next was a bold move, but it paid off. This last couple of weeks were, let’s say, quite good for self-esteem. I had a lot of great discussions with many companies about amazing roles, and I’m super excited to announce that starting in 2015, I’ll be a... Read more

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Firefox OS – HTML for the mobile web at All Things Open


Every time I speak at a conference, I feel bless to be able to do so. For me, it’s a great opportunity to share my passion as expertise about technology. For All Things Open, I was happy to be part of the amazing list of speakers who love Open Source as much as I do.... Read more

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You recruitment, and interview process reveals a lot more about you, and your company than you would expect


Looking for a new challenge is always an interesting experience, and this time is no exception. Since I announced I was leaving Mozilla, I’ve been contacted by many human resources departments, headhunters, and C-level visionary. I’ve seen many job descriptions, and already received some offers (still open to discussion, just saying). It’s probably true for... Read more

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The 50 questions you want to ask when applying for a Technical Evangelist role


Since I’m looking for my next challenge, I’m discussing with many people about possible roles in their company. Most of those jobs are Technical Evangelist one, which make sense from my background, and from what I like to do for a living. I created a list of 50 important questions or information I would like... Read more

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I’m leaving Mozilla, looking for a new challenge


January 1st (or before if needed) will be my last day as a Senior Technical Evangelist at Mozilla. I truly believe in the Mozilla’s mission, and I’ll continue to share my passion for the open web, but this time, as a volunteer. From now on, I’ll be on the search for a new challenge. I... Read more

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The Future of work project: my interview


A couple of weeks ago, I was asked by Mathieu Laferrière to answer a couple of questions about the future of work. He was conducting interviews for the future of work project of Bill Jensen. In this nine minutes video, I answered those questions: What choices have made you… you? The toughest challenges facing all... Read more

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Movistar MOVE event in Uruguay


At the last day of October, I’ll be in Montevideo in Uruguay at the MOVE event from Movistar. I’ll give a high-level talk about Firefox OS, and Mozilla vision for the future of the web. My talk will be in English, but I’m pretty sure that most of the other ones will be in Spanish.... Read more

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Job titles are important


All employers expect you to give your 100% at work: doing the best that you can with the expertise, and experience you have. After all, you are being paid to do the work. Having a different title won’t make you do a better job. Being a senior won’t make you more efficient, but let’s be... Read more

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