Thoughts from a random software engineer


Keep Learning and Having Fun

Code, Python, Todoist, HackerRank, LeetCode · Published the 22 Oct 17
874 words · 5 min read
I’ve been coding for a long time, my first steps were in the very late 90s. I became serious about it only around 2004. I started being paid for my work since 2008, and working full time since february 2010. I started by being heavily invested in C++, then move to web development in 2012, and still going at it today. And what’s awesome is that I’m still having so much fun.
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How I Found My First Remote Job

Remote, Remotive, Todoist, Work · Published the 14 Oct 17
1569 words · 8 min read
Two weeks ago, my 3 months notice came to an end, I left LumApps after 5 years and a half. I was the first employee back then, but it was time for me to go see something else. I just signed a new contract with a new French startup as a full remote employee. Since remote jobs is still not the norm, I want to share how I organized my search to find one, since I really wanted to go full remote.
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My Todoist Weekly Routine

Blog, Productivity, Todoist, Workflow · Published the 23 Sep 17
681 words · 4 min read
I’m always losing track of what I have to do, and even sometimes what I want to do. I can forget because I was told to do something while being deeply focused on something, or because too much has happened between my decision to do something and the moment when I have time to do it, or any other reasons. To stop forgetting things, I’ve been using Todoist for a few weeks now, and I love it more and more.
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