This text was on the home page of the site, but after updating it I decided to move it to the blog?
At elementary school, I discovered computers. At the time, Windows 95 was the star product, and I fell in love with these machines. A teacher, noticing this growing passion, decided to encourage it by giving me a computer; it was a Compaq, with a 486 processor and 4 MB RAM. At the same time, I got an Amstrad CPC equipped with BASIC, which marked the beginning of my adventure...
After spending some time on the above-mentioned machines, I decided to install GNU/Linux on my main machine for testing purposes. The distribution I chose at the time was Mandriva, and I later switched to Ubuntu. GNU/Linux gave me many sleepless nights: when you come from Windows, GNU/Linux is confusing.
Like many people, I started with the C course on the Zero website (thanks Mathieu Nebra). I remember asking myself the question "what on earth is a variable for?", which I find very amusing today... Once the site's C course was over (the CLI part), I moved on to other languages, notably Delphi, with which I coded a host of small software programs, such as an app to retrieve the password stored in "MSN". My adolescence was made up of many sleepless nights, I coded out of passion, just to understand... You can find some old code from that time on my Github(for example, here's an in-memory patcher for Steam).
In 2012, I decided to take an interest in SEO, a vast subject that immediately complemented what I already knew how to do, i.e. develop... So I plunged right in, and ... today I'm still having fun with it!
I spent a lot of time on these technologies, some of which I'm still using today. Symfony makes it possible to do things well and cleanly: that's what I like. Initially, AngularJS was very good, but not very neat, and if you weren't well organized it was easy to end up with an unreadable project; as Angular evolved, this problem diminished. Later, I worked with React and React Native.