I am a data analyst and R developer. If you would like to know more about me, please visit the About page.
You can find a list of some (more or less) recent blog posts below; most of them are related to coding.
I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2020. In English How the 2010s changed interior design (Curbed): a quick overview of the main interior design trends in the last decade Fitbit’s 150 billion hours of heart data reveal secrets about health (Yahoo!
I cannot remember anymore when I started using Pocket, but I certainly remember that I realized quickly that it was exactly what I needed. My elaborate collection of browser bookmarks that I wanted to read “some day/maybe”, quickly turned into a massive Pocket queue with articles spanning more than a decade. I don’t know if I’ll ever finish reading it, but at least I feel somewhat in control and I enjoy reading a few articles in bed on a lazy Sunday morning.
I started to bake my own bread since moving to Geneva a few years ago. Being close to France means that local bakeries offer good baguettes and great croissants, but I grew up on German bread which is very difficult to get in the area. After having tried a variety of store-bought bread, I could not find anything that was close to the artisanal bread that tastes like home - so I started to bake it myself and realized that I am enjoying the process of baking.