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while42 arrive à Barcelone


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Je suis très heureux de vous annoncer la naissance de while42 Barcelone, dont j’ai le grand honneur d’être l’initiateur avec mes compères Selim et Benjamin de chez Instaply. Il s’agit du premier chapitre while42 en Espagne.


Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas, while42 est un réseau mondial d’ingénieurs francophones lancé en 2012 à San Francisco par Julien Barbier et Sylvain Kalache. Il compte aujourd’hui environ 3000 membres dans plus de 40 villes dans le monde.

Le premier événement aura lieu en janvier 2016. Si vous êtes un informaticien francophone vivant à Barcelone, vous pouvez me contacter directement pour vous joindre au groupe !



This post is more than 2 years old. It might not reflect my current skills and convictions.

It’s been almost 4 years that I’m in San Francisco, and it’s time for new adventures. I’m excited to announce that I’ll move to Barcelona with my family in a few weeks, after a quick stop in Belgium.

Instaply is opening a new subsidiary in the capital of Catalonia and it’s a great opportunity for me to take part in our growth efforts in Europe.


Not the ugliest place on earth.

Moving to San Francisco was a huge step forward in my career and in my life. I’ll never regret having made that choice. I learned lots of things, opened my mind to new ideas and changed for the better. I also met the greatest and the smartest people, some of them will be my friends for the rest of my life.

However, moving there never felt like a permanent decision, for various reasons, including the extreme cost of life (it’s now cheaper to rent a French castle than an apartment in SF) and the remoteness with the family.

I’ll always have a special connection with California and San Francisco in particular. So many good things happened to me while I was here, the most important one being my daughter’s birth 16 months ago, the happiest moment of my life so far. Nevertheless, I’m the opposite of sad because I know the best is yet to come!

Europe, here I come (back)!