The thing I love the most about front-end: I get to learn new ways of doing things all the time! That's how I learned Functional Programming and, more recently with the discovery of Cyclejs, Reactive Programming. It has completely changed the way I think about UI and, I believe, made me a better developer.
- 30 years old
- Gave a few talks to evangelize Cycle and Reactive Programming in conferences (dotJS, Devoxx France, CycleConf)
- Answered questions asked on our Gitter and StackOverflow https://gitter.im/cyclejs/cyclejs
- Pushed code to the main repo
- Contributed to API design discussions
Since September 2012
- In 2013, I rewrote the resume editor from scratch, replacing jQuery with Angular.
This allowed us to iterate faster on the different evolutions of our editor and to regain traction.
- In 2017, we discovered we should focus on the PDF version of the resume.
Our front-end needed some deep changes, this was the time to transition from Angular to something else.
I led this iterative migration that slowly replaced Angular with Cycle.
Since September 2012
- Ensured the quality of our codebase through code review, peer programming and formation of new developers
- Took care of the sanity of our GIT repository
- Often tweaked our Dockerfile and installation processes
IUT de Nantes
to November 2017
- I was in charge of 2 modules at the Université de Nantes :
In the second module, I teach them how to use the DOM API. Once they are familiar with it, I show them how a library (React) can simplify their life.
Their final assignment is to develop an interface for an HTTP API I developed (a twitter-like hosted on now.sh )
- I love how teaching to others helps me getting better at what I do and this experience was very rich in learning.
Since September 2016
- Designed the automated task that builds the website (based on Jekyll). It fetches the data for our 700+ movies from the TMDB API.
- Add a caching mechanism to avoid fetching all the movies at each build.
Ruby On Rails
to May 2016
MOOC on cryptography. https://www.coursera.org/learn/crypto/home/welcome
to July 2012
+ TOEIC (score 935/990)