My main activity is essentially about thinking, designing and realize
Useful tools and applications based on Web technologies.
Respecting best practices
These applications are crafts, meaning they are coded by hand,
carefully respecting best practices.
The goal is to ensure the continuing, the lasting quality and the
good understanding of each project.
As much as possible I attempt to use open source tools / languages
/ projects and also to open release to code I produce.
You may thus read some of my contributions.
My affinities are currently around Flask / Python for developping typical
client / server applications that eventually require some CRUD.
to put in place some decoupled micro-applications that would interact
with each other (WebSocket, RestFul API).
This way I develop more likely applications over the Web or native using
Getting up-to-day regularly
The Web is one of those very fast evolving area. What was true 6 months
ago might not still be today. Languages evolve, new
frameworks appear every
At least they constantly break eventual habits.
I say out loud that it is very essential to remain
updated and keep one step ahead of the Web itself.
Being a Web Developer is also promoting tools for today and tomorrow
rather than yesterday. Therefore I push forward for
pro-compatibility over retro-compatibility.
This way I can improve User interfaces
All this completing server tools, automation systems and other libraries
in constant study.
Working as a Web Developer, my company
and my collegues / associates allow me to live on a constant roaming.
This offers me the flexibility to change my context constantly.
I mostly stay in south of Europe and United States for now.
Within this context I build Neomad.org (sources)
Any help on these project is more than welcome!
I aim to be as what I conceptualize; meaning
to inter-communicate, and consume less
. All that within a long term perspective .
Living as a Digital Nomad means getting through a lot a tiny life
experiences. They may last a day, a week or more but they come to an end.
Each having its heatbeat and letting it die to reborn new again.
You can contact me via Scopyleft, by email, on Twitter, eventually LinkedIn.
Looking for a dev
I'm currenly in a full-time job with Scopyleft.
I have a good quality of life here, working on projects that I believe in
with clients I trust. We meet and work together because of affinity.
I'm therefore not looking for a new position for now but we could eventually
work on your project together.
I don't have a resume and I won't write one. If you really want to have
a conventional idea of my past you might want to check out LinkedIn
Though I'd really invite you to
review the code that was actually produced instead which is more