I'm a Senior Full-Stack Developer with ~10 years experience born in France and currently living in Canada - Vancouver, BC.
I help your team ship great web applications, on time, with a nice look and feel.
... or I contribute (a tad) to open-source: Faker Elixir
Full Stack developer in a team of three developers. I built an API in Python / Flask and handled everything from the architecture to its own implementation.
I migrated a massive Front-End Application (ExtJS) to EmberJS and improved its maintainability and look & feel.
Front-End developer in a team of four Ruby on Rails developers. We created three full stack ruby SaaS applications and handled everything from design and planning to deployment.
I personally dealt with the architecture of the Front-End. I had to overcome obstacles such as constantly evolving software requirements based on user’s needs while keeping the code base clean and maintainable.
I created a monthly delivery box company with two other associates and one graphic artist. I was the Front-End developer and in charge of the full UI/UX of our homemade e-commerce platform.
I had to fully manage the company for three months. My responsibilities included: Dealing with our partners to get low prices on our orders, manage the stock, handling the customer delivery logistics and the preparation of the boxes.
In my hometown it was legal to sell alcohol late into the night, but most stores did not stay open late. There was a need that no one was servicing. I teamed up with one other associate and created a web based alcohol delivery service.
We leveraged the power of social media in combination with an easy to use web interface that made ordering alcohol online easier than ordering a pizza.
We started with a Minimum Valuable Product and after seeing success we began growing the usability of the ordering platform.
Aside from improving the website, we created an App that customers could use as well to order from their phones.
The company became very profitable very quickly. We however, found it difficult to grow outside of the local area for legal reasons. After overcoming all the technological challenges we started to grow bored with the business and ultimately sold the company for a nice profit.
I created an outsourcing code company with one other associate. I was in charge of the Back-End and the Front-End for three big web-projects.
They were made within one year and stayed scalable despite lots of changes in the user stories.