By User13278091-Oracle on juin 13, 2005
That's "Hello World" in French but one wouldn't say it that way anyway. Maybe one would say "Bonjour tout le monde" meaning "Hello All" which you may say for example entering a room filled of people (specially if like me, you don't care much about greeting everyone individually). So that's your first hint. I'm a geeky sociopath more likely to communicate through a weblog than in real life. The next hint is that I master the french language as you might expect from someone that lives in France. However I've lived in France for only about 15 years and that should allow you to guess that I was not born in France (french laws prohibits child labor). And I've been working for Sun since 1997. The reason I master the French language is probably because both my parents spoke no other language. That was in Quebec, a part of Canada filled with People that speak English with a funny semi-french accent. So bear with me my writing also will have this accent. In Summary: Canadian, lives in France, works for Sun for 8 years. I do performance engineering which to me means: I take a performance number, I explain why it is what is it, and propose what needs to be done to improve it. Welcome to my blog, and your name is ?