I’m a French web developer living in Boston,MA and working for the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
I develop state of the art websites and mobile apps using a wide range of technologies with a focus on slick user interfaces and efficient user experiences.
I have a particular interest in Agile software craftsmanship and code quality.
Cloud and DevOps
A third of my working time at the School of Public Health is dedicated to Cloud and DevOps engineering. When I started in 2016, Harvard was making a big push towards the cloud and no one in the department seemed to be interested in learning more about Amazon Web Services. I spent a lot of time reading and watching tutorials and eventually redesigned our entire Cloud hosting stack. At the same time I helped my team to move from an FTP manual weekly release to a continuous delivery workflow.
I occasionally take on freelancing jobs. You can read more about how I work as a freelancer here.
One of the things that I love the most about the web industry is how professionals of the branch openly share their experience (good or bad) during meetups and conferences. I’ve personally learned a lot attending conferences so in 2017 I decided it was time for me to share some of my personal experiences so I applied to talk to as many conferences I could attend.
I try to contribute as much as possible to the open source community. I’m not actively involved in one specific project but I try to report bugs and contribute fixes as often as possible. You can checkout what I’ve done on GitHub.