A recent project at work lead me to develop a lightweight C# Oauth Consumer class to call an OAuth API from a Microsoft Office addin. Oauth is “an open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a simple and standard method from desktop and web applications”. A lot of documentation, and the specification, about the […]

This week I’ve worked on a social lightbox for Teeorama allowing our visitors to tweet or write on their Facebook walls from our tee-shirt shop.The lightbox itself is built using ColorBox, a powerful and customizable lightbox library built on JQuery (MIT License). The Twitter tool is fairly easy to setup, I used bit.ly to generate […]

KDE4 on Debian Sid

June 14, 2008 | 1 Comment

Well, with a running Debian Sid distribution, I am all set to test KDE 4. The installation process is simple enough but, before getting into it, remove any previous version of KDE. Here is how I’ve done it : I added references to experimental in /etc/apt/sources.list: 12deb http://ftp.fr.debian.org/debian/ experimental main contrib non-free deb-src http://ftp.fr.debian.org/debian/ experimental […]

Twitter updater

April 19, 2008 | 2 Comments

I’ve just installed the twitter updater plugin on this blog so, if everything works fine, any post on this blog will automatically be announced on my twiiter. Testing this out with this post… See you on twitter !

Voila, ca y est, j’ai un compte twitter et j’ai décidé de “twitter” (puisque c’est un verbe du francais 2.0) en anglais. Et en ait, ca me plaît bien. Du coup, je vais essayer de rédiger des textes un peu plus longs que des twitts (un “t” ou deux à “twitt” ?) en anglais. Alors voila … […]

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    photo of Samantha Halfon Samantha Halfon
    Software Engineer
    blueKiwi software
    Paris, France
    I enjoy playing with my computer(s), listening to Bob Dylan (and related artists) and watching movies (especially if they were directed by Martin Scorsese or John Cassavetes). Sometimes, I play a little guitar... If not doing any of the above, I am either riding a small red bike around Paris, or, making videos. About my videomaking please check out World Wide Angle and its blog.