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  1. Back to GIS

    I've always been impressed by what Olivier and Vincent have built with Oslandia. So I am happy and excited to announce that I am joining the Oslandia team today!

    Mirantis was a great experience. I learned many things. Some of the technologies I had a chance to use and get …

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  2. surveillance:// de Tristan Nitot

    Comme beaucoup de libristes j'ai lu le livre surveillance:// de Tristan Nitot. C'est un bon livre, offrant des explications simples, concises et claires, et illustrés d'exemples concrets et parlants.

    Pour faire court le livre nous explique que certains logiciels transmettent nos données personnelles à des entreprises, qui peuvent les utiliser …

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  3. Notes on the Austin OpenStack Summit

    Three weeks ago I was in Austin (Texas, USA) for the "Newton" OpenStack summit. "Newton" is the name of the next OpenStack release, whose projected release date is October 2016. This was my very first OpenStack summit, so I thought it would be worth writing a few words about it …

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  4. Notes on Docker Volumes

    Docker is popular because it's approachable and well documented. These are not the only reasons for its popularity, but I think they are key bits. For example, what do you want to use? this or that? libvirt and Docker are not comparable technologies, but I think you get the point …

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  5. From Camptocamp to Mirantis

    I joined Camptocamp in 2007. There I quickly became a core developer and project member of OpenLayers. I also became a lead developer of Camptocamp's « Geospatial Python team ». I learned a lot. I learned about the Geospatial field, open-source communities, Python programming, JavaScript programming, web development, web architectures. The list …

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  6. Fanstatic

    Published: Sat 15 October 2011
    By Erilem

    In Blog.

    A Pyramid-based framework we work on at Camptocamp uses pyramid_formalchemy and its companion module, fa.jquery. The latter relies on Fanstatic.

    Fanstatic is basically a WSGI middleware that can inject script and link tags in HTML pages, produced deeper in the WSGI stack. Any WSGI application or middleware wrapped by …

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