Hey, I'm Ivan Delsinne, also known as Artemis

I'm a french developer, mainly interested in backend and system development, system administration, security and privacy.
My blog is a place on which I share both serious technical papers I've written on different subjects, but also some rants around general subjects that're bugging me.

Nowadays, when I'm not starting yet another project that I'll never bother finishing, I'm probably reading some books, playing some guitar, or continuing to learn photography in the woods around my home.

Reach out to me

If you want to contact me, you can do so by e-mail (as I'm available on no social media platform). You may also reach out through Keybase. Note that I'm not interested in any kind of advertisement or partnership, so your offers will be ignored.
I'm a GPG user (my latest key is shown below, with my full key history), so you can securely reach out to me. If you don't trust the GPG key that's available here, I also took the time to publish it on pgp.mit.edu. You should also note that I published the key-id-less version on keys.openpgp.org, and when this one expires, I'll put the full version on this same server again.

My current GPG key fingerprint is 0789 89D4 503A A386 415C D6D6 8E0B 6764 6A45 D157.

pub   rsa2048 2018-12-01 [SC] [expires: 2019-12-01]
				0789 89D4 503A A386 415C  D6D6 8E0B 6764 6A45 D157
				uid           [ultimate] Delsinne Ivan, Michel (a.k.a. Artemis) (French backend developer, photograph)
				sub   rsa2048 2018-12-01 [E] [expires: 2019-12-01]

The table below displays my current GPG key history.

Key signature Sign date Expiration date Links
078989D4503AA386415CD6D68E0B67646A45D157 2018-12-01 2019-12-01 MIT keyserver | ASC public key | ASC public key (txt)
A17ECD4FDCF588119A64424B07BCC0D26D5CEFF0 2018-11-26 Revoked MIT keyserver | ASC public key | ASC public key (txt)

About this website

This website has been made by hand, and doesn't collect anything from your browsing.
It is currently hosted on Netlify, using its CDN, as it's fully static.
This website's source code is free (as in freedom) and open source (licensed under the Apache 2 license terms), and can be found here.