I’m starting to have some discussions about what’s next for me and one question always comes back: where can I find more information about what you’ve done in your previous roles or your online presences. So here it is, a bunch of links about articles, social media, videos and more. Keep in mind that this blog is by far the best source of information on my way of thinking and who I am…
LinkedIn, which is basically my resume. I don’t have another CV.
Twitter, which was, until recently, my preferred social media (it’s starting to be Facebook now…).
Facebook, even if it’s my private account, I open it to anyone I know in-person, and pages or groups are an amazing way to connect with people.
Instagram, because you may want to know more about my life. Yes, there are many cats pictures…
An exhaustive list of my previous talks (130+) containing direct links to recording, slides and articles. I’ve given online presentations, but also spoke at many offline events like conferences, workshops, panels and user groups in countries like Canada, Greece, USA, Hungary, France, Uruguay, Mexico, India, UK, Czech Republic, Spain, Poland…
SlideShare, all my presentations slides.
YouTube, mostly some video interviews with influencers (which is something I enjoy a lot), video podcasts and many recordings of my talks.
Some articles & book
I’ve published a book about personal branding for developers at Apress.
Blog posts I wrote for Make Web Not War, a brand I owned at Microsoft Canada: my focus was everything Open…
Articles I wrote while at Microsoft (I didn’t find a way to list the posts only).
Some media interviews or mentions
Cromo (Uruguay) – Una segunda oportunidad para Mozilla Firefox
FullPC.gr (Greece) – Athens App Days 2013 και Firefox OS στην Ελλάδα
More technical profile
StackOverflow, where I was mostly active during my time with Firefox OS.
GitHub: note that, ironically, most of my projects as a software engineer were not open…
Events, meetups and conferences
Note that I don’t own nor organized those events anymore: I decided to focus on other projects.
YulDev, which I created to give an opportunity for developers to network: no presentation and not specific to one technology.
HTML5mtl, a front-end meetup I co-founded and co-organized for years.
Some technical projects
I’m pragmatic, but I’ve always been more on the open side of things. Funny enough, most of my projects are coming with a lovely NDA and some are not even public.
Arc+ Welding Simulator as a Software Developer and project lead at 123Certification.
MobileTech (in French) as a Software Developer and team lead at IBI Solutions.
Note that in Québec, there is a strict law (!) about the title Engineer, so consider Software Developer as the same a Software Engineer everywhere else…
Note that I kind of slowed down on most of these channels in the last year or so as I was quite busy with my business as a freelancer, but being active online as offline is part of who I am… Feel free to ask me more information about any of those items.
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