Now, that I'm back in Algeria. Let's try to build a solid developers community together. A first small step is trying to gather all these hidden developers. For that purpose, I put together an Awesome Algeria repository on GitHub.Read more "Awesome Algeria"
TL;DR J’ai rejoint Automattic il y’a quelques semaines, et à travers ce post, je vous fais découvrir une journée de travail classique (ou presque) pour un développeur Lambda chez A8C, en sachant que c’est une société assez atypique puisque tous les employés y travaillent à distance. En espérant vous convaincre de nous rejoindre !!Read more "Dure, la vie de dev chez Automattic"
Hymn to criticism and continuous improvement This post is a translation from a very old post of mine but still relevant some years later. In the same time, it’s a reminder for myself.Read more "When I was a noob"
There’s this expression I say each time I stumble on something (some technology) that’s going to change my habits in development …. Oh, ça déchire sa mère 😛 a not so conventional french alternative to wow that’s great !!!. And you know what, It just happened again. I discovered redux-saga, And I’m like: “Wow this is great, that’s […]Read more "Redux nowadays : From actions creators to sagas"
Unidirectional data flow (or sometimes referred to as reactive programming or functional programming) is often seen as this new trend in frontend applications development brought by React and Flux (or by ReactiveX from Netflix). So many developers think using one of these libraries or frameworks is necessary to start with this pattern. This, of course, […]Read more "Understand unidirectional data flow by practice: rewrite an AngularJS application"
In the last three years, frontend development has evolved very quickly. With all this stuff out there (react, angular.js, aurelia, redux, flux, Angular2, Rx.js, falcor…), it became really hard for developers and companies to make choices about the stack to use for their applications.Read more "Frontend application development fairytale (with backend analogy)"