During the first weekend of April 2019, a hackathon was held in Silverquare Triomphe venue in Brussels. The organizer, the European Commission, and a community of carefully selected developers participated to a hackathon in an amazing place. The goal of having such an amount of skills contained in one single place, is to participate to the EU-FOSSA hackathon that the European Commission organised and funded.
Younger, working in Brussels was not an option. I never had a deep love for that city, never had a deep love of traffic jam… and never had love for public transportation like trains. Despite the fact that I love driving, I can’t bear staying in the car, stucked in the traffic jam, praying for the people in front of you to pass the next gear.
As I wrote in my previous post, the last months were pretty busy. And it’s still the case. I’ve been assigned new tasks at work and if you know me a bit now, you probably know that I like to do things properly. So, the task I’ve been asked to do is to analyze and rewrite the custom authentication system of NextEuropa, the Drupal 7 platform used at the European Commission.