I had enough of Windows phone so I bought the Fairphone 2. It's been a long time I was considering buying this phone, but I couldn't just buy a new phone when my current one was still working great. It would be against Fairphone's principles. So I took the opportunity that someone of the family circle wanted a smartphone to give my Lumia 925 and to buy the Fairphone 2 instead.
By changing the design of my website, I also chose to change the CMS I was using leaving Pluxml for Grav. Pluxml is a good CMS, but I had some little issues and I preferred to try something else.
One and a half year after I switched from Wordpress to Pluxml, I changed again my website because I wasn't happy anymore with the global design.
The logo you see at the top of my website has been made three years ago during
a work at school called "personal branding". At this time, I wasn't very
familiar with tools like Adobe Illustrator and I wasn't very good at graphical
work. I will describe in a later post how I designed my new logo with
Inkscape, but I will explain here what are the reasons why I designed it like
I got to know Vue.js about two months ago and was greatly
impressed by the quality of its guide and API. Imagine. There is one guy
alone maintaining the framework and he manages to keep an up-to-date
documentation. Since then, he has got to search for more
people, and the team is increasing
in size, but very slowly. So, seduced by the way the documentation is clearly
written and easy to understand, I decided to try Vue.js on a teamwork I had to
do for a company as part of my studies. I had to develop a dashboard
displaying data and charts when clicking on points on a map. Before the
dashboard I first had to process 100GB of data to get only the interesting
information and to aggregate this information into one simple PostgreSQL
database (the final data was no more than 25MB afterwards). This was also an
incredible work, but I won't talk about it in this post.