Romain Pouclet

On getting started with Kubernetes

Recently, I’ve been working on a tiny web application. The goal is to help a friend on a specific task, but it is also a great opportunity for me to explore new technologies. Amongst those technology is Kubernetes.

Extracting checklists from Bear notes with Swift

Bear has been my favourite writing app both on iOS and macOS for the past 6 months. If you’re looking for a reason to switch to Bear, I covered what I loved about it on Twitter. Instead, let’s talk about a tool I made to extend my use of Bear: TeddyList.

Making new friends with Glitch and Workflow

Every attendee at the San Francisco DroidCon was wearing a badge with their contact information available as a QRCode. This is super convenient when you meet someone with whom you want to follow-up in the future. Buddybuild had a booth, and we met a lot of cool people.

I made an Android app for Buddybuild

I bought a Nexus S a few years ago. It was a more than decent upgrade from my Blackberry Bold and I used it for a year. I even started dabbling with mobile development before moving to Montréal. Last week, I made an application for Android.

Synchronizing colours from an Xcode project to a Sketch document

Batman is an application that lets you create tasks in Asana. Each task belongs to at least one project. You can associate a project to a colour from a finite list. When I dabbled with Sketch to decide on a design for Batman, I needed those colours.