I'm essentially programmer.
I love functional programming and some OO Languages (OCaml, Elm, Elixir/Erlang, IO, F#).
I like painting on walls with sprays.
I love FOSS (ideally with a good UI).
- I was born in India
- I'm belgian (and I lived 22 years in Brussels)
- I live in Lille (France)
- I work in Paris (France)
You can checkout some projects, paintings and blog-posts on my webpage (in French):
Very glad to be here !
I wrote, in French (sorry), as I use Notion to define my tastes in terms of coffeeology! Even if I am morally sad to use a proprietary software, it saves me a lot of time!
Luc Schuiten, “the godfather of #solarpunk”
After the strange cathedral, here is the broken door, in space. Still based on a (rather badly written) description from 2008.
In 2008, I tried to make a game that was far too ambitious. So naturally I abandoned it. While cleaning up some notebooks, I found some old notes and decided to draw one of the places described: "The cathedral of the strange".
Slightly inspired by "The essence of Form Abstraction" and by the article by @clementd about Free Applicative, here is one of the guide of Preface:
Error handling and deriving HTML Formlet from Validation.
My goal is to write a lot of guide for helping understanding how to use Preface!
📢 λ · remote 12 : #kotlin pour la FP ? Une brève introduction à @firstname.lastname@example.org
, suivi de Conflict-free replicated data types pour les mortels avec exemple #PureScript
🗓️ le 15 avril à partir de 19h
👨💻 @email@example.com et @xvw
@xvw I think the lens and the boat's lighting is doing most of the legwork here.
I always shoot at faster than 1/500 with f5.6 on a f2.4 macro lens
After almost two years, working on my free with two excellent friends and developpers, Pierre. R (Grim) and Didier Plaindoux. With the help of awesome People from Haskell and OCaml community. I'm pretty proud to introduce PREFACE: https://github.com/xvw/preface (doc: https://ocaml-preface.github.io/preface/index.html), an opinionated library designed to facilitate the handling of recurring functional programming idioms in OCaml.
"picoCAD is a program to build and texture lowpoly 3D models. Where many programs for modelling and texturing are bloated and overly complicated, picoCAD aims to make it fun, easy, and accessible by focusing on the bare essentials. It is built on the PICO-8 platform and comes rich with constraints. Experiment to find your own workflow and anything is possible!"
I like programming using nice languages like OCaml, Haskell, F# and IO and I try to draw, with spray on walls.
Revel in the marvels of the universe. We are a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better ourselves and our surroundings through constant creation. We express ourselves through music, art, games, and writing. We also put great value in play. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.