Moving ideas around and doing my part in ensuring projects that cross my way and change society for the better actually happen.
Deploy an innovative web application encompassing all activities of orthopedics surgery services, from patients consultations to clinical studies over years-long periods.
Find the balance between each stakeholder’s expectations, technical, financial and legal constraints needed to deliver a mission-critical medical web application with startup resources on legacy code.
Develop and deploy an innovative web application encompassing all activities of orthopedics surgery services, from patients consultations to clinical studies over years-long periods.
Ensured all stakeholders understood what it means to develop software in an agile fashion, facilitated design and communication, cared for the team.
• Cloud-based continuous integration and delivery system.
• Application covered with web integration / end-to-end cross-browser tests.
• Visual management, both physical (boards) and digital (environmental dashboard).
Solve the problem of integration testing for web applications.
I studied the solutions for integration testing of web applications and, after that state of the art, acknowledged no tool solved it efficiently at the time. I hence designed a software solution, implemented it and made it evolve into the open-source project Watai, now used by many companies and individuals.
I was also put in charge of the technical analysis of the agile transition of the office, and trained other employees to Git.
After some noticed negotiations and reports as a student representative, I was elected to represent the whole Computing Science department at the college council.
I helped ensure a certification was issued during the final year, and communicated extensively on the decision processes to engage fellow students in the democratic institutions of their university.
I was elected to represent my class as a yearly representative, and was then re-elected every year.
I represented fellow students at the class council, but also increasingly engaged them as I gained their trust, through direct surveying and regular reports. I was finally able to leverage collective action to negotiate some demands, reaching 34% of physical presence on target demonstrations.
Design, implement and deploy a web application and its associated training material to help campuses do mobility planning with no specific resources.
This project was made in collaboration with a national NGO and supported by government agencies (ADEME, CERTU) both financially (70k€) and through expert review.
I was elected to represent tenants at the university lodging council.
I brought electronic surveying techniques and did extensive communication to reach 46% of engagement in support for negotiations on topics such as Wi-Fi service and buildings accessibility, in a place where no representative had been active for several years. I engaged external providers and produced reports that escalated up to the regional head of affairs.
Design and implement the website of a humanitarian tourism association.
In charge of all aspects of the digital strategy: usability, SEO, accessibility…
Doubled daily visits and delivered a fully certified WCAG-AA website.
At age 15, I started offering paid video editing and webdesign services for individuals and associations.
Learned the fundamentals of web authoring, CHI design and digital accessibility.
Complemented knowledge in machines with knowledge in humans.
Complemented engineering know-how with visual arts & design to better create.
Semantic Web major.
Took a gap year in 2009 to volunteer, travel, study design and create a start-up.
Ancient Latin & Greek optional courses.
Learning programming at home.
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