to my personal website.
I intend here to introduce the various things I'm doing.
I work on projects in various fields: programming, cooperatives, coworking, creative writing, philosophy and others

My interests include more or less everything

Nukomeet is a cooperative of nomad hackers. We are organized like a pirate ship and split our time between coding for clients (Rails, iOS, Node, Python...) and internal ventures.

Coworfing is an open-source app for nomad workers to share the place where they like to work : cafés, coworkings spaces, and even their own home.

Lawve.me is a legal text generator. It is a quick hack made in Sinatra. Creating the app for generating French incorporation documents took me less time than writing my first incorporation document.

Sharelex is a group of lawyers, coders and humans that intend to bring open-source methods and collaborative practices in the making of law and contracts.

Slicecook is a curated coders marketplace. Currently closed only to psd slicing.

Socialter is an online and printed magazine on social innovation. It started as a round the world trip with two friends to offer social media consulting to social innovators in 2009.

I write random thoughts on technology, the impact of internet on society, and the blueness of sky, on a personal blog.

Some reports from the trenches can be found on Nukomeet or Coworfing blogs. I use both blogs to shamelessly promote an another way of working and collaborating.

I write short novels in french that i've put on Github with the foolish hope that random inspired fellow writers will contribute and together we will write the first novels that are crafted like open-source sofware.

If you know french, you can read Les Insomaniaques or Conte pour Enfin .

Prêtre (French) is a philosophy text on personal ascetism in a non dualist world where some views are exposed through analyses of Spinoza, Nietzsche and Foucault.

Cinema après cinéma (French) is a philosophy text on creativity – what is new – that is exposed through an analysis of Deleuze work.

Networks of Social Entrepreneurs in India is a sociology research paper.

RuPy is a programming conference about strong and dynamic languages. It started in 2006 with Ruby and Python, and it now aims to promote polyglot programming and exchange between programming communities. The last edition (2013) were in Budapest and Sao Jose dos Campos in Brazil.

Polyconf is a two-day, single track, multi-disciplinary conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development. Our goal is to help unify different tech communities in Europe. The next edition will be in Poznan (Poland) in october 2014.

Thank you for your visit!