Hey there! I'm Sébastien Dubois 👋
I wear many hats: father, author, software crafter, CTO, solution architect, mentor, coach, entrepreneur, indie hacker, bootstrapper, thinker, geek, gamer. I'm also the founder of DeveloPassion, a software development company located in Belgium.
I've been working for 15+ years in the IT industry . Since day one (and actually long before that), I have always been passionate about IT, software development, IT security, code quality, the open Web, and open-source software. I write about knowledge management, software development, entrepreneurship, indie hacking, bootstrapping, management, leadership, personal development, productivity, and more. Subscribe to my newsletter if you're interested in any of those topics.
I grew up when the world was waking up to the World Wide Web. I started playing with computers when I was 8, and never stopped since. I also have a few other passions like photography, board games, piano, and errr... well too many other things ;-) I could tell you more, but you'll have to ask ;-)
Back in 2019, I wrote a book called "Learn TypeScript by Building Web Applications" about TypeScript, a wonderful programming language.
I'm then started writing a collection of 12 books called Dev Concepts, which explains a gazillion concepts around software development. The goal of that collection is to explain what the software craft and IT are all about, and help those interested on their way to become real experts.
Given how passionate I am about Personal Knowledge Management (PKM). I write articles on this topic and have launched various initiatives such as the PKM Journal, an online publication dedicated to PKM. A community on Slack, a subreddit and PKM Daily, a Twitter account to share regular news about PKM. I've also created the Obsidian Starter Kit, the Obsidian Starter Course, the Personal Knowledge Management Library, and organize coaching sessions.
In 2023, I have launched the Knowledge Worker Kit and its private community. My goal there is to help all Knowledge Workers get to the next level.
If you're curious, I wrote a page about the stuff I use.
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