Results of Cloud/Web-base installation

Following my previous article, I have performed several tests to deploy the cloud IDE solutions.

Security : Several vulnerabilities for Pivotal may 2018

A short article to announce that Pivotal has announced a bunch of security fixes on its products.

Using a self-hosted Cloud IDE in 2018, my TOP 3.

I have been recently thinking about the opportunity to use an Cloud IDE for my personal coding projects.

Minio WebUI

Using S3 libraries with Minio mock server

In the continuation of my previous S3 article,

I present you, how to write a S3 Java Sample program that is using a mock S3 server to develop the functionalities.

TOP open-source dashboard solutions 2017

A Dashboard can be a very efficient communication tool for a team, between managers and business units. It enables an organization around a vision to share common goals. It can also be useful to identify weaknesses in processes and adapt your strategy according to them.

How I switched my blog from OVH to Google Container Engine

In this short story, I will relate how I migrate my blog personal website from a classic VM instance to a container using Google Cloud Container Engine and  Kubernetes, Docker, Nginx.

How Docker is disrupting Legacy IT Companies

Thanks to its popularity, Docker has disrupted many companies and blurred the silos between Developers and Operations. In this article, based partially on my own experiences.

The disappointing quest for an Headless CMS in 2017

In 2017, this blog is powered by Hexo.js. However I am looking for a replacement since Hexo.JS is lacking of crucial features.

Disruption in Software Quality Assessment ?

As many other markets, the SQA/ALM Market soon will meet #disruption. Domains like machine learning, deep learning and cloud computing will force it to evolve in the next few years. This article is presenting some predictions about the future of the quality tools.

Codacw tendancy analysis

Codacy : an easy-to use code quality review solution

Some time ago, I organized a talk on “Code Quality and why developers should care about” for my company. In that presentation, I demonstrate some tools, unfamiliar for the audience : young developers and battle-hardened IT developers.

One among these tools has brought to me a lot of questions : Codacy. I will present its features and perform a comparison between Codacy and SonarQube from SonarSource.