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Albéric Trancart

Developer, life hacker, space enthusiast and more!

    

Bio

Currently CTO @ GéoSchool, I studied civil engineering at the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC). I am passionate about a variety of topics, including:

  • Web development
  • Space exploration
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Life hacks
  • Civil engineering and architecture
  • Heavy metal music
  • Theatre
  • Roleplaying
  • Model painting
  • … and more, depending on the mood!

But most of all, I love learning! As a consequence, I will post about what I believe is worth sharing. If you have any question or feedback, DM me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

All posts will be in english. I may publish a french version for the most critical topics or if there is a demand for it (don’t hesitate to correct my english if I made a mistake! I welcome any kind of feedback).

Projects

Posts

Prevent the CSS from being a chore

Prevent the CSS from being a chore

Last month I presented a talk @ HumanTalks Paris about CSS and what you can do to prevent it from being a chore. Having unreadable CSS files of thousands of lines is neither fun nor good for business. Read →


How I Built My Lava Gaming Board In One Week

How I Built My Lava Gaming Board In One Week

This summer as I had some free time I decided to build what my collection of minis missed: a decent-looking gaming board. Having already played with full-painted armies on great gaming boards, I knew that’s what I lacked to change cool battles into awesome battles. Read →


Why Mars matters

Why Mars matters

One week ago, Elon Musk unveiled SpaceX’s plans to colonize Mars, starting in 2025. Yep, you read that right. A lot of friends keep asking me tons of questions about this whole project, but the most recurrent one – and the hardest to answer – is: why? Read →


Learn and share: The One Post To Rule Them All

Learn and share: The One Post To Rule Them All

It’s time for a first post! As an introduction, I would like to explain WHY I am doing this. This whole blog idea. This is a kind of meta-post that will serve as a guideline for the other ones, so let’s do this! Read →