- Aujourd'hui2017Juillet 2014
DeveloperEpticaMember of the Platform team.
Developing and maintenance of Eptica Linguistic Services which integrates the work of the linguist team into the other Eptica products and provides advanced search feature.
Significantly involved in the design of ESB, the library powering the Eptica microservices, and in the production of several of these microservices.
Participated to the adoption of Docker at the company level.
Increased the EEM email polling and analysis capacity tenfold with the rest of the team.
Helped in the migration of our CI servers.
Wrote numerous features and bug fixes in the main Eptica products.
Involved technologies: Java, Maven, Spring, Docker, Swagger, ElasticSearch and many others.
DeveloperHobby projectsWorked on various experimental projects in order to improve my skills and satisfy my thirst of knowledge. Among these projects were some mobile and desktop game prototypes and in my early days as a developer an Android notifier for web games and even a bot for a MMO.
Developing a tokio-based distributed spatial pub-sub system in Rust. More on this soon.
Prototyping an alternative controller using a Raspberry Pi.
- Aujourd'huiJuin 2014Juin 2011
Developer500 - 999 employésIn a ~7 people team, designed and developed a GWT application in order to supervise the use of industrial PDAs for retail and distribution.
Maintenance of the C++ client running on the PDAs under Windows CE.
Development of a configuration utility using Swing.
Involved technologies: Java, GWT, various application servers
- EPSI Nantes, Nantes
Génie logicielExpert en systèmes d'information (Bac+5)
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Developer, curious and passionate.
I'm interested in every aspect of the lifecycle of a software. I always have at least one experimental project under way, a behaviour that lead me to manipulate plentiful technologies such as Rust, Tokio, Netty, Atomix, Cassandra, NodeJS, Redis, Android, ElasticSearch or LibGDX.
It is not rare to see me writing a spatial pub-sub in Rust, prototyping an alternative controler using a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit parts, coding a video-game or testing the main container orchestration tools at 2am.