So, who am I?
That’s a great question. I’m a Senior Internal Systems Administrator at a network infrastructures company, called INAP, located in beautiful city of Montréal, Québec, Canada. And as a part of my work, I learn new stuff relative to my field.
My work at INAP consists in building and maintaining the company’s internal infrastructures, as well as documenting and monitoring them. It also consists in providing employees 2nd and 3rd level technical support they need for the hardware and software installed by my department.
Parallel to my work, I’m also a student. I’m doing a Baccalaurate degree in IT Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). I’ve doing it to learn even more on my own field, to progress as a professional, and to help me become a better contributor to my field and to the world.
Outside my IT work and my studies, I love discovering new places, to travel and I listen to a bunch of podcasts.
Why this blog?
The reasons why I decided to start this blog, back in 2014 to share my findings and tips for other System Administrators and people that use computers in general.
I also wanted to post my opinion on news that are grabbing my attention, as a Canadian. And I’ll try post reviews of some cool software I may find.
Unfortunately, other priorities made me choose to concentrate on other areas of my life, and this blog hasn’t been updated since 2015. It will no longer be updated, although it will be online for the foreseeable future.
Back in 2012, when I registered MoiMeme.ca, I needed a name for my personal server at iWeb, and I searched a simple name for an email address, which represents me.
MoiMeme.ca itself comes from the word “moi-même” in French, which means “myself”, and .ca which represents Canada on the Internet.
By using the name MoiMeme.ca, I can’t have anything closer to representing myself, than “myself.ca”.
Unless stated otherwise, all texts written on this site are solely my own opinion. They do not represent the views and positions of my employer(s), nor are the texts endorsed by them.
- I am far from perfect, as I can be wrong. Each post has a comment section, I would welcome all the feedback you wish to give.
- I cannot be help responsible and/or liable if any tip, snippet
of code, documentation, or other content written may
breaks anything, or otherwise, ruin your life.
I make sure those are functioning on my end, but everyone’s system is different. Use them at your own risk!