Sébastien is a passionate and accomplished tech leader and problem-solver with extensive experience in architecture, performance optimizations, development, and system administration. He's in charge of the Engineering team as well as the Developer eXperience initiative.
Previously, he led and grew his former web agency for 18 years working on more than 150 projects successfully and proudly implemented, deployed, and maintained. Agnostic of the web technology he's using, Sébastien is also an active open-source maintainer.
Blog Posts (18)
Welcome aboard, tech enthusiasts! In today’s digital world, there’s no such thing as being too secure. With data breaches making headlines, it’s high time we pull up our socks and look at security essentials.
So, what’s all the hullabaloo about authentication vs. authorization?
Well, let’s break it down.
These two A’s are like the Batman and Robin of security protocols. They work hand in glove to protect the Batcave (read: your data). Hang tight, as we’re about to get down and dirty with these two superheroes.
More and more businesses are relying on cloud-native microservice apps to increase development speed and take advantage of the cloud's scalability and availability.
With the number of available tech solutions, tools, architectures, and approaches to web development today, it is easy to get overwhelmed when choosing the one for your online store.
Headless, composable, API-first, Remix, UI or UX-driven design, etc. Tracking development and design trends in eCommerce is both tough and rewarding at the same time.
I am sure that the dev community is going to talk about the Next 13 in the upcoming weeks extensively, so this post is more about my first impression from the perspective of Crystallize users. Bare with me, will ya!
There are numerous approaches to developing a web application that is performant. Going the static site way is just one of them. Pause here. What do we/I mean when we/I say static sites?
The frontend frameworks ecosystem is booming so much that finding the right one for your online business/store has become challenging (at best). We’d love to help. This post is all about that.
You've probably heard the terms APIs, and Microservices used when talking about web development. What are they? How do you use them, and what is the difference between them?
But let’s start from the beginning.
Working as a team on a professional setup that implies many “micro/macro” services is challenging and can lead to invisible and unexpected errors if not set up well. Time to market, first time to success, and reducing the feedback loop are important topics for all your teams. This article is about setting up your project for a successful production workflow.
A lot has happened in two years (since we originally published this). However, React, and static site generators (SSGs) built on top of it are still gaining traction with frontend developers worldwide.