Since starting this blog, I’ve had the priviledge of interviewing a few software developers I respect, with one simple question: What is Clean Code for you?

Since I’ve put the series on hold for a few months, here are a refresher of the articles so far:


Hmm yummy 😋

I’ve had a topic on my mind over the previous days that I can’t shake off. So I knew I had to write an article about it.

The idea is simple: for most of the external constraints on my studies and career, I chose to see the bright side and…


Two months ago, I shared some updates on my coding journey. The main news was that I was going to start working remotely and as a freelance for my previous employer. Here are some new updates on how things have been working for me since then.

The quick summary is…


HEY SAM, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?

When I started this blog in December 2016 (almost a year ago), I pledged to write a post weekly. Some followers on Twitter told me that this was bold and that it was hard to be consistent. They were right. I kept my weekly pledge for 6 months, and then…


Two months ago, I shared my first steps building static web pages with freeCodeCamp (FCC). The two little projects I mentionned were useful to get a first grasp of HTML and CSS and their interactions (as well as the Bootstrap framework).

However, I’m personally much more interested by the Javascript…


Last week, I continued my Clean Code series by having Emilien Pecoul answer the question: “What is Clean Code for you?”

Today, I have the priviledge of introducing Bill Sourour and his answer to you. I’ve been reading his Dev Mastery newsletter since July 2016, and I’m a better developer…


A few months ago, I started a series on Clean Code. After introducing the series by sharing quotes from leaders in the tech industry, I had the privilege of having two friends of mine working at Mozilla share their answers to the question: “What is Clean Code for you?”


Today, I want to share with you some thoughts on the tech conference MiXiT 2017, which took place in Lyon in April, and was the first tech conference I ever attended.

To start with, I was lucky to attend, since tickets were randomly attributed. More than a thousand people registered…


Yesterday, I explained what Free Code Camp is in my own words. Today, I’m going to detail my experience going through the very beginning of their front-end course, where the goal is to build some simple static web pages.

To start with, here is the detailed front-end curriculum, with the…


Yesterday, I intended to write the post you’re currently reading. But I realized that I couldn’t explain my experience with Free Code Camp without writing about the remarkable man behind it, Quincy Larson.

So here we go today. No digression allowed. What is Free Code Camp?

Free Code Camp is a website…

…offering various curriculum to…

Samuel Path

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