Frontend developer, Songkick
Jun, 2015 - Present8 months
As member of the product team, I work mostly on delivering and maintaining frontend features in a very Lean process.
Web developer, Qumu / Kulu Valley
Nov, 2014 - May, 20156 months
Web developer, Wopata
Jun, 2013 - Nov, 20141 year 5 months
Joining Wopata was an opportunity for me to return to my favorite job: web development. In this startup-like context, I learned a lot on both technical and non-technical matters. I was quickly given responsibility of designing some crucial project components or even entire project. While I started on Ruby on Rails based projects, I helped the company transition to frontend web technologies such as AngularJS.
Smart-Home engineer, Orange
Jul, 2011 - Jun, 20131 year 11 months
Less than a year after leaving Orange, I was hired back as a Smart-Home engineer. It was an opportunity for me to experience another context: smart homes. It was also a chance to take on a new kind of responsibilities, far from the code, by managing a team of 4 people and take part of standardisation processes.
Software developer, SII
Sep, 2010 - Jun, 20119 months
With a degree in my pocket, I quickly joined SII as a software engineering consultant and indirectly worked for my former colleagues. It was an opportunity for we to increase my knowledge of the web technologies, which I already loved.
Software engineering apprentice, Orange
Sep, 2007 - Sep, 20103 years
For my first steps as a professional developer, I had the chance to join Orange and work on many projects in a huge variety of environments and technologies.
Information Technology, network and telecommunications engineer, Engineering school, Ecole National Superieur des Télécommunication de Bretagne, Brest, France
Aug, 2007 - Aug, 2010
Computer Science, DUT (Technical Degree), IUT Vannes, France
Sep, 2005 - Jun, 2007
Founding member, Festiv'IT
Jul, 2009 - Present
Friends and myself have created an association that provides IT support for events, mainly music festivals. We joyfully deploy WiFi and phone networks in temporary and sometime hostile environments. Today this association helps about 15 events a year.