Living in Paris, France
In 2018, I moved to the hyper-center of Paris, with my wife and two daughters.
We are very happy there.
I’m studying the idea of living in a Péniche in Paris.
Starting my new startup, Berty
Shortly after having shutdown Wulo, I started a new project with the same team.
Berty is a privacy application allowing everyone to communicate freely and keep their privacy, thanks to cryptography and peer-to-peer technology.
Doing consulting for startups, VCs, and multinational groups
I regularly audit and assist all-sized organizations in growing, scaling-up and solving complex problems.
Working on a new version of Pathwar
I’m currently creating the 5th version of Pathwar, an IT security & cryptography learning platform.
This new version is a complete rewrite that focuses on:
- simplifying the operational tasks, so I can let Pathwar up and running 365/365d,
- simplifying external contributions to ease the creation of an open-source community.
I plan to create partnerships with multiple IT schools, help them to have exclusive content, with the target of having Pathwar becoming a new or complementary security section in their program.
Learning new skills and reading books
For years, I was too focus on multiple topics and didn’t take the time to read books.
I’m now regularly reading non-fictional books, actively taking notes, sharing my insights with my colleagues.
I plan to write articles on this blog about my notes so it can help people get interested in some books, and more importantly, help myself to remember what I learned.
I’m currently interested in cryptography, productivity, entrepreneurship, life-experiments, philosophy, music, and science.
I’m in a “graph databases & vizualization systems” period.
As for reading, I didn’t write enough in the last years, and I’m now committed to writing regularly.
Sometimes it can be a blog post, a tweet, a comment, or a personal note.
I don’t have any publishing rule, yet; I’m still setting-up the daily-writing habits, improving my writing style, and setting up my website’s engine to publish more in the future.
Maintaining my open-source projects
I regularly add new features to the pieces of software I’m using every day. I improve the documentation of my projects to help more people discovering them. I fix or help to fix bugs and issues feedbacked by other contributors or users.
Last update: 2019-03-06
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