I have been developing software for quite some time: taught myself programming at the age of 12 on Basic, learned C++ at 15, Java at 18 and many more since then. Although I consider myself as a polyglot programmer, my main culture lies in Java™ world.
Golo is a simple dynamically-typed language for the JVM. Its lightweight and efficient runtime takes advantage of JSR 292 (
I created Golo as part of my research activities.
IzPack is a Java-based software installer generation framework which is now part of the Codehaus Foundation. It has been used by a wide range of companies and projects across the world (Sun Microsystems, JBoss/RedHat, XWiki, Nuxeo, Canon Europe and more) and its download hits once peaked at a rate of around 25.000 times per month.
I created the project and built the community around it. IzPack is released under the terms of the liberal Apache License version 2.
I stepped down of the project lead after 11 years, passing the torch to the currently most active developers who greatly deserve the credits for conducting the next releases. While I am still part of the IzPack community and available to help, my involvement will be limited.
GlassFish is a free, opensource Java Enterprise Application Server originally created by Sun Microsystems (now Oracle).
I was involved within the GlassFish community through various means:
- I built an IzPack-based installer for GlassFish v2
- I did some Q&A work on the code base and proposed some patches
- I talked at Sun-sponsored events
- blogs, podcasting and articles
- community work.
Codehaus Maven Mojo (developer)
I’ve helped sporadically in other projects (Jext, Gentoo Linux, …), so a Google search is probably the best way to recover such information!
My GitHub page is where I post public hacks and small projects. Consider this as a way to help other projects and incubate new ones. Who knows?
You will also find me at those places: