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Baptiste Dupuch
Hi-tech enthousiast, finance lover. Entrepreneur
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Christophe Grand Aug 16
I’m looking for a cute (idiomatic etc.) implémentation of in Clojure. Anyone?
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Kareem🔥hot statistician summer🔥Carr Aug 16
I am a: ⚪️ statistician ⚪️ statistical consultant 🔘 data scientist Looking for: ⚪️ interesting research ⚪️ challenging projects 🔘 steady paychecks
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Baptiste Dupuch Aug 14
L.OL.
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Baptiste Dupuch Aug 14
Great summary, but you forgot to mention the costs of types : accidental complexity, illusion safety, micro-focus on the class not the system... The truth is : one can build high quality software with dynamic and static types, it’s just an evidence IMO
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Baptiste Dupuch Aug 14
Amen
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Baptiste Dupuch Aug 10
We are happy, relieved and somewhat amused to announce the availability of Common Lisp on | that’s very cool and unseen AFAIK from a paas provider ! Congrats platformsh
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Uncle Bob Martin Aug 7
Have you learned clojure yet? If not, you should.
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Stuart Sierra Jul 31
Sierra’s 4th law: Every config DSL eventually becomes Turing-complete
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Sébastien Veigneau Jul 20
C’est la version que je préfère. Mais j’hésite tout de même, car je suis le développement de la V3.0...
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 19
Replying to @frederikalix
Une équipe ops à souvent intérêt à pousser un prestataire généraliste. Le processus de décision étant très long (plusieurs mois/années), ils anticipent leurs besoins futurs. Pour finir n’oublions pas les intérêts personnels, par ex: la revente d’une « expertise » aws 2/2
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 19
Replying to @frederikalix
Selon moi la « technique » ou le produit jouent assez peu dans le processus de décision d’une DSI d’un grand groupe. Qui achète ? Qui décide ? Comment trouver des prestataires (souvent peu de savoir faire en interne) ? 1/2
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Adam Renklint Jul 17
We're looking for a Frontend Performance Engineer to help build the future of presentation software. Do you love making things fast and have an internal clock running at 16.67ms? Join us at
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'(Robert Smith) Jul 15
Common Lisp isn’t hot new stuff, but you know what’s cool? My code from 10 years ago runs without modification. I don’t mean “runs after clearing the cobwebs.” I mean runs today truly without touching it. It’s like I have a personal history that’s executable. For example... (1/5)
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 16
Shape up : Project management ! I've been looking for this kind of book for years and never experienced something close outside of open-source work. Thanks and anyone else who worked on this book.
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Bozhidar Batsov (Bug) Jul 16
clojure-mode 5.11 is out! It fixes a few annoying bugs and adds a couple of useful new features Enjoy!
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DHH Jul 4
How the government-induced merger of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas destroyed Boeing’s engineer-driven culture, and lead to an inept national monopoly that kept trying to cut corners and costs.
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 4
Replying to @shirleyalmosni
Je suis remote à 100% sur un gros projet :-)
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 3
it might feel the need for the structural logs you talked about last night.
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Baptiste Dupuch Jul 2
The other side of that room in Paris 🤓
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Reddit Lisp Jun 29
Farewell, Grimoire |
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