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Software Engineer
from Belgium

This former teacher likes all things front-end (the more complex web apps get, the happier Geoffrey becomes). His weak spot? JavaScript & all its quirks

Nor is he afraid to experiment a little with Node.js. Geoffrey used to be in a post-punk/noise rock band and a couple of one-off noise bands, in the process he started building a +1,000 record collection.

If you could go back in history what event would you love to experience?
The day the first bitcoins were created. Well, not really the ‘creation' itself, more the timing side. I can also think of a couple of iconic concerts: Sex Pistols in Manchester, Exploding Plastic Inevitable, Joy Division at The Factory, almost every concert at CBGB (Talking Heads, Television, DNA, and Mars). Yeah, I was born in the wrong decade :-).

We all love technology. But if you weren't working in it, what would you be doing?
I see myself opening a record store, where I could spend my time talking about obscure music while drinking coffee. Or buying a plot of land, so I could create a fancy giant vegetable garden for chefs.

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About Geoffrey

  • Base: Lievegem (BE)

  • Studies: Multimedia and Communication Technology, MCT Kortrijk

  • Passions: Creating & collecting music, proud season ticket owner of KAA Gent football club

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  • JavaScript

  • React

  • HTML

  • CSS

Articles by Geoffrey

Why is it good to deploy frequently

Do you deploy every day? Your team probably should. Here's why.

Modern front-end monorepos — Part 2: running scripts

In the previous article, we set up a monorepo project with 2 applications and a package. We also enabled Yarn workspaces to manage the dependencies and linking of the workspaces. One inconvenience so far was having to start 2 separate terminal windows to run the applications. This isn’t a huge issue at the moment, but it doesn’t scale well. Let’s introduce Turborepo to handle this; it also adds some extra benefits I’ll talk about later in this article. 1. Start the monorepo with ju

Modern front-end monorepos — Part 1: managing dependencies and sharing code

I’ve really learned to love a good monorepo setup, a repository that contains multiple packages and/or applications. Being able to make changes across applications or packages in 1 pull request (PR), having the option to centralize and reuse code over applications, and unifying documentation and processes greatly simplifies the daily task of finding your way across multiple projects. A monorepo comes with its own level of complexity and prompts questions such as: * How do we h

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