This blog post is inspired by the recent multiple software bugs at the Paris-Montparnasse railway station, and other major software malfunctions encountered by the users and/or customers of the Agence Nationale des Titres Sécurisés and the famous Louvois Software. It is also inspired by a radio interview of Daniel Glazman on this subject that aired … Continue reading What are you trying to achieve ?
I'm in the process of evaluating Microsoft's ReactXP for one of my customer. The promise is to share most of the code of a new development between the web, iOS and Android. But beyond that, it is to be able to scale apps and be more productive while increasing quality. To learn more, I encourage … Continue reading Bringing the mobile apps to the web
The last couple of years have been challenging on a personal level. Fortunately, I love solving problems. I found peace with the help of a psychologist (To understand why I was suffering), the practice of yoga and more importantly, a course of MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) to learn how to deal with my emotions. … Continue reading Yes the cloud is transient, evanescent, inconstant.
Where did this bike go ? Looking back at the early days of an on premises distributed logging system of our own, I'm glad that cloud providers have something to offer in this space. This is so much important to be able to pinpoint the reason of an outage in minutes rather than in days. … Continue reading The urge to use a distributed tracing system
This is really frustrating. I do not understand why most cloud providers respond with links to FAQs to their customers opening a support case. I have a problem with Amazon's Budget tool. I just can't access it because I'm part of an organisation, and it seems to me that rights must be granted to my … Continue reading The case of the useless FAQ