This site was created using Django and sheer happiness at remembering how fun web development can be, with the right tools.
I'm a software developer, currently based in Ireland. I care a lot about free and open-source software, and am usually interested in the crossing of education and technology. From time to time, I teach programming to beginners -- usually in my local hackerspace, Tog. Visit us!
Currently, my main time-consuming hobby is learning Japanese. 頑張りましょうね。
If you want to get in touch, feel free to drop an email to julie (AT) jpichon.net.
The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent my employer’s positions, strategies or opinions.
What is jpichon.net about?
This blog is meant to be a collection of useful posts on topics that are of interest to me, to help others who encounter similar issues and myself-in-the-future since I easily forget information I don't regularly use. The topics usually relate to Linux, open-source, teaching, language learning and education. Since this is quite random, there's probably not much point in following this blog closely. Perhaps we'll indirectly meet again in one of your future google searches.