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What can I find in this Blog ?

This is my personal blog where I’ll be sharing my knowledge about :

  • Mobile Apps engineering especially Android
  • Software Craftsmanship
  • My own views on tech in general
  • All articles, except views, are reviewed by trusted engineer(s) in the community
  • All articles have a transparent modification history

Does this website respect my privacy ?

This blog simply :

  • has no ads
  • has no trackers
  • has no SEO scripts
  • does not use cookies
  • does not collect / does not store / does not share any user data

It’s a static site, generated from markdown files. You can read about how it’s made further in this article.

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How to give feedback on an article ?

Comments plugins hides generally cross-site tracker. As an alternative, you will find in every article a link to create a Github issue on the blog’s Github repository. Templates for different types of comments and feedbacks are already filled for you with basic information.

You will be able to :

  • ask a question
  • suggest an improvement for an article or for the whole website
  • alert the author about a deprecated content
  • give a general feedback
To avoid comments plugin that track you, I’ve made Github templates ready for you :)

What tech stack has been used to build this blog ?

For optimal speed and security, the blog is built using what’s called the JAM Stack

  • Pages and articles are just markdown files
  • The actual website HTML pages are generated using Hugo, a static site generator
  • An open source theme is used by the static site generator for styling the generated pages

The blog is published online through a continuous delivery system using Vercel which builds automatically the website from Github repo master branch and publish it on CDN.

If you want to try the website locally, you need to :

  • Install Hugo
  • Clone the website’s Github repository
  • Launch the command hugo server from the root folder of the clone repo
  • In most cases, Hugo will indicate that the site is available locally on your machine at localhost:1313

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