I’m a software developper since I graduated from Supinfo in 2007. At the time I coded in Java using Struts MVC with Hibernate. It was Firefox 1.4 era and the beginning of JQuery ^^.
I did learn my job on a J2EE project. So placing the code at the correct place mattered since the beginning of my career.
Then I moved to ASP.Net MVC around 2010, then Silverlight where I met the MVVM pattern. I continued with WPF (RIP Silverlight). Then I came back to web with VueJS/Vuex.
I worked in banking, industrial and medical sectors.
I use a lot of “DD” suffixed philosophies in my day to day work :
I really like to present those during my missions.
I’m an adept of clean code and best practices. I truly believe in the Software Craftsmanship manifesto. I believe even more in the Agile values.
I’ve been trained on Scrum and I got Scrum Master Certification altough I’m not a “Scrum by the book” guy. I see agile frameworks like toolboxes to solve a team problems.
I try to go to craft oriented conferences as often as possible.
During my mission I made DDD introduction talk in 2017. I’m preparing a talk on BDD philosophy in 2018.
I’m coding on an Azure based project with Vue/Vuex and Knockout web applications.
The human resource corner
- Languages: C#, JS (basics), SQL, Java
- UI frameworks: WPF, Vue/Vuex (started in late 2017), Bootstrap 3
- ORM: Entity Framework, NHibernate
- Persistence: ADO.Net
- Testing frameworks: MSTest, NUnit, XUnit, Jasmine, Jest
- Logging frameworks: log4net/NLog
- Databases (as developper): SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL
- Microsoft Azure components (since mid 2017):
- IoT Hub
- Stream Analytics
- Azure Functions
- Storage Account
- Event Hub
NB: I don’t consider myself as an Azure expert :).