I'm passionate about frontend and a CSS lover, developing
usable and accessible UIs paying attention to performances
and energy consumption.
- I'm curious and a perfectionist.
- GitHub-addicted, Plone CMS maintainer and foundation member, Open Source evangelist.
- Advocate of privacy and social rights.
- Supporter of Net Neutrality and Free Software.
My tech stack
I believe in open source as a form of sharing, networking between companies and training between developers. With open source, developers from all over the world collaborate on shared projects.
What is open source software?
Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, review, modify, and enhance.
Why open source?
Open source software is a great way to learn new technologies, to share knowledge and to collaborate with other developers.
Building a project using open source software is building it on top of the shoulders of thousands of developers. You get efforts on the subject from all over the world for free, and you can contribute back to the community by sharing your own code.
Furthermore, open source software is often more secure than proprietary software, since tons of developers can review the code. This also enhance privacy and transparency.
The world's most secure content management system, with a user-friendly interface and a growing open-source community.
Plone is backed up by the Plone Foundation, so it will stay open source forever.
Plone is an open-source content management system (CMS) with over 20 years of stability and security wrapped in a modern, powerful user-centric package with Plone 6. It continues to set the standard for content management systems by offering the most functionality and customization out of the box.
With so many content management systems, why should you choose Plone? It's simple: Plone is powerful, flexible, secure and true open source! The project has been actively developed since 2001 and has the best security track record of any major CMS.
What is Plone?
Plone is an open-source content management system that is used to create, edit, and manage digital content, like websites, intranets and custom solutions. It comes with over 20 years of growth, optimisations, and refinements. The result is a system trusted by governments, universities, businesses, and other organisations all over the world.
The Plone Foundation protects and promotes Plone by furthering the development, marketing, and legal affairs of Plone and the Plone community.
I believe that privacy is a fundamental human right. I support Net Neutrality and Free Software movements as I think freedom on the Internet is essential for a free society.
A free Internet is one where nor governments nor companies can take away your freedom to access information, to share information, to communicate with others, to express yourself, to innovate, to create, to learn, to teach, to collaborate, to organize, to participate in politics, to be anonymous, to be private, to be secure, to be free.
I try to only use open-source software, I self-host most of my utilities and try my best to build accessible software. All of this is to ensure my work and efforts in the web are accessible from anyone, while also ensuring that my data is not being used for purposes I don't agree with and the users of my software are not being tracked.
Whether you're willing to work with me, or want a chat with me, feel free to contact me any time! I'll do my best to answer to emails in short time.