Jeremy Dagorn

"Learn everything, everywhere, all the time"

Welcome to my new website
My first website was too old. I have decided to create a new one, including a blog section, this time using Flask. I plan to iterate on it to have a lightweight CMS, easy to install, manage, and to modify. The whole code for this website is on my github, here. I plan to change the repo, when I will have implemented new features.
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How to deploy a Flask application on alwaysdata
ContextI have been using the service offered by alwaysdata for more than two years now. I have deployed some ruby on rails apps, and some django apps too. This time, I decided to give a flask application a try. It hasn't been that easy. For your information, I am far from being proficient with any system administration work, so I got frustrated pretty quickly.
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Lookback on three months in California
I spent my last three months in California, visiting my girlfriend. To do so, I took really long unpaid holidays (Prezi, I am really grateful for that). During this time, I learned a lot about myself, changed some of my habits and I like it. Let's go through some of those changes, why I like them or not, and how they have an impact on me.
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My first experience building a small game using Elm
In this post, I will explain how I build a small game using Elm and FRP. I won't go too much into details, for different reasons. First one, I am a beginner using FRP and Elm, I don't understand all the concepts in details. Secondly, what I wanted to achieve was to build a small game quickly, grasping the main concepts of Elm and having fun at the same time.
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My two days at jsDay conference in Italy
I had the pleasure to go to Verona to attend the jsDay. First time in Italy, first time in a Javascript conference. Quick introduction of the conference:250/300 peopleIn some big hotel in VeronaA lot of locals, not a lot of English speakers around, but all the talks were in English. 50/50 between international and Italian speakers. The wifi was terrible.
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What I wish I learnt in my computer science classes
IntroductionI have attended two different universities in France. I got my bachelor degree in Computer Science in a tiny university close to my hometown. Then, I moved to a bigger city to study in an engineering school, and graduate in "Computer Science: Software and Networks". I also spent two semesters at Laval University, in French-Canada, which was a really great experience.
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Setting up your environment for Android development on Debian
Not so long ago, I had to move back to my personal machine which was running Ubuntu. I have been using Ubuntu for a while now, even if my last two years of development have been done on Mac Os. I decided to give a try to Debian, a bit randomly.
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How I prepare myself for front-end interviews
Since I left my previous job at Prezi in September to come back in San Diego, I have been working on personal projects. I have mainly worked on some Android applications, my blog engine/CMS and some weekend projects here and there. I have also spent a lot of time reading and when it was time to look for possible startup jobs I decided to keep track ofthe best articles I have read.
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Publishing your first npm module
Great, you have some cool code that you use for your project, and you wish everybody could see how cool you are, and how clean your code is. Lucky guy, your code can totally be extracted to a small module in javascript, perfect occasion to publish your first npm module. Your code is ready, time to package, publish and enjoy. Creating your userAssuming you have npm installed of course, run npm adduser.
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