The main open-source projects I created. See also the list of my “source” repositories on GitHub for more.
In 2015-2016, while using OpenShift, I developed a few open-source projects on top of the Kubernetes/OpenShift APIs: integrations with Git, GitHub, Flowdock, Cucumber, and a dashboard.
In 2011 I wrote a Jenkins plugin to integrate Rundeck as a publisher, thus enabling Continuous Delivery pipelines using Rundeck to deploy.
In 2011, following the Jenkins Rundeck plugin, I extracted the code that talked to the Rundeck REST API into its own project: the Rundeck API Java Client.
In 2014 I created a small Scala project to import data from Flowdock into Elasticsearch, so that I could play with Kibana dashboards and visualizations.
In 2013, I wrote a wrapper on top of the Cascading project to provide a fluent API.
In 2011 I joined the newly created Paris DevOps group, organized meetups and wrote the parisdevops.fr website using Jekyll on GitHub Pages.
My main contributions to existing open-source projects. See also my GitHub account for more.
I made plenty of contributions to Jenkins X and all its components, including bug reports, bug fixes, new features, and promotion through blog posts and talks.
I contributed to various open-source projects in the Helm ecosystem: Helmfile, Helm charts, Helm Tiller plugin.
In 2018 and 2019 I contributed multiple new features and bug fixes to Osiris - a general purpose, scale-to-zero component for Kubernetes.
In 2018 I fixed some bugs in Kaniko, related to multi-stage builds and container re-use.
In 2015-2016 I contributed to the OpenShift Origin open-source project: new features, bug fixes, bug reports and documentation.
In 2014, while working with Scala and Elasticsearch, I contributed a few features to the Elastic4s open-source project.
In 2011 I wrote a few contributions for Rundeck - an open source automation service.