I am a software engineer, full-stack web developer, working for
I am also a World Wide Web Consortium alumn and a graduate of the University of Technology of Compiègne in France.
I love geeking, climbing, taking pictures, cooking, traveling and many other things.
I love the web for how it has changed everyone's life. I am very excited about its potential, which is why keeping an eye on web standards, developing and using web tools is my passion and what I do for a living.
I enjoy functional programming with Scala, work using Ruby and
CoffeeScript, and I have past experience with Python and PHP.
I also strongly believe in testing when it comes to building high quality software.
I used to work in virtual reality, 3D software programming and modeling while spending some free time on 2D game development. I was coding in C++ and using Qt.
I contribute to free and open source projects such as
Shout and others,
by writing code or helping the community.
At W3C, I introduced and developed Echidna, an automation tool to publish standards as a free and open source software.
Most of my projects can be found on my GitHub profile.
I manage a couple of ARM-based servers running Debian for various purposes. They are provisioned using Ansible.
To know more about what I do, you can have a look at my CV or check out my LinkedIn profile.
I am always on the lookout for opportunities, learning new things or meeting people.
I organize nights of social coding for the Boston Area Scala Enthusiasts and you can meet me at other local meetups such as The Boston Python User Group or the LibrePlanet Boston Desktop GNU/Linux Users Group.
For direct contact, email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also follow me on Twitter.