I love Ruby, Rails and web apps in general. Also allergic to PHP. I have strong feelings about ((seemingly) pointless) stuff like Crockford's Base 32 encoding.
I think StackOverflow and the StackExchange network are one of the most brilliant and well-made websites out there. I always focus on usefulness for other visitors when asking or answering to a question.
I can be seen on Twitter @jonathanallard, sometimes babbling about technology or politics, oftentimes in French, which is my mother language, which might explain the occasional quirks in my phrasings, and the long sentences.
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