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Cfengine 3 presentation @ RMLL 2010

From the 6 to 11 July 2010, the 11th RMLL are hosted in Bordeaux, a great meeting for anyone interested with Free Software and their uses. Among the numerous very interesting presentations and round tables, I gave a presentation about the advantages of configuration management, and how Cfengine 3 works to help you deal with […] Read more

Scala dreaded underscore @ PSUG

On the evening of June 30th 2010, the Paris Scala User Group organized its second event. This time, there were two presentations: in the first one, Alexis Agahi, our kind user group leader, made a feedback after one year of scala experience. It’s available here. the second one was given by your servitor, and deals […] Read more

Jul, 01, 2010

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Managing configuration with Cfengine 3: concepts & theories

In December 2009, Mark Burgess, the author of Cfengine, was in France. This was a great opportunity to arrange a talk with members of the French Cfengine community. Cfengine[0] is a policy-based configuration management system written by Mark Burgess at Oslo University College. Its primary function is to provide automated configuration and maintenance of computers, […] Read more

Optimizing Eclipse performances

Especially for Scala projects We love Eclipse. I mean, it’s clearly the best IDE around[1]. And we love to hate it. It is bloated. To make it useful, you have to cherry pick among hundreds of modules, and figure out how to make them work together. And it’s slow. OK, at the beginning, everything is […] Read more

May, 24, 2010

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Hello world!

Welcome to Normation’s blog We are a software company based in Paris developing IT management solutions, and providing expertise in the configuration and identity management fields. This blog will contain articles on subjects that matter to us: Technical: configuration management, Cfengine, identity management, LDAP, software development, Scala, Java, Eclipse … and whatever else comes up! Business: […] Read more

May, 17, 2010

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