Hello traveler from the World Wide Web!
Welcome to my blog! Here you can rest after your long journey full of clicks from hyperlinks to hyperlinks.
But yes, I see you blinking and I guess you are asking yourself: “Yet another blog! On which damned hyperlink did I click to end up there?”. So let me answer your questions straight to the point…
Where you are
You are visiting my personal blog. Welcome! (hmm… am I repeating myself?)
What is this blog about?
In this blog, I will write about programming, mostly about Java which is the language I use almost everyday. But I will also speak about other programming languages I use on my spare time (and even at work, believe me), and I may also blog about more general computer science subjects and even about maths. So be prepared!
Don’t worry, there are quite many other things I like in my life. But I will keep this blog focused on these subjects.
Why such a blog?
I have been programming for quite a long time, solving puzzles and surfing on the technology… And if you are a programmer you also face this thing: quite a big part of our time is to end up browsing Google results to find answers to problems with hard-to-understand deployment error stack traces, dark-and-hard-to-debug framework issues or pretty-complicated-problematic libraries… Often, the Web has the answer: a forum, a blog, and even the official documentation!
But sometimes, in spite of the zillions storage units connected together on the Internet, I find no answer at all! So I hack, getting my hand dirty, fighting with the technology and sometimes I find something useful. So why not sharing with the world and contributing to the Web and maybe help programmers like me in the future?
Who I am
My name is Clément Pinchedez, I am a human being from planet Earth and I am a software engineer. I am currently working for Amadeus, a worldwide company developing software for the travel industry. I live in the South of France, quite a nice area admittedly.
I have started this blog in April 2012. This is my second blog (I did one in my youth about my student life in Sweden).
I will try to keep a relative regular pace for posting.
I will post in English because I think it is the best language to target the largest audience. I am a French native speaker and I hope my English will not be too bad.
Hope I have answered your questions or maybe you have already clicked on an hyperlink and just left this website… “Live long and prosper!”
(image from MassassiUK)