I like to have knowledge on each part of the chain, from local development to deployment on a server (with NGINX), which leads me to configure quite often Linux servers for both production and local development. Therefore, I like to have efficient tools, whatever the development environment (Linux, Windows or macOS) to be able to easily use such or such version of a language.
I develop best in groups, preferring communication and help to isolated development, as long as I have colleagues who also enjoy this way of working. I love to discuss technologies, I'm interested in the latest versions of the languages I use and I spend a lot of time reading documentation or making it, in Markdown of course. I always have too many projects on the go, but I also always have something to do!
Always look back at what has been coded to see if it can be improved, comments and refactoring allow to always improve the code.
The front-end is the basis for mastering the integration of a model, either with a CSS framework or by hand.
Deploy projects on VPS servers, in HTTPS, HTTP 2 on NGINX with databases are often in MySQL.
Without a framework, coding is interesting but it takes time for basic things, mastering a framework allows to save time and productivity.
Whether it's setting up <head> metadata, open graph, redirects, traffic analysis or ecodesign, SEO is important in every project.
Preferring Linux for its flexibility, developing on other systems like OS X or Windows is quite possible if you have the tools to do it.
Whether they are personal, realized alone or in team, or professional, here is a selection of my projects.
To build a database and an interface from a list of EPUB.
I am currently working at Useweb, a web agency creating custom websites with technologies such as NuxtJS, Laravel or Flutter.
Because statistics can be made to say whatever you want and sometimes they don't make sense, you might as well put them here.
What matters is not so much the path taken as the one to be taken. And so, this would be a way of saying that a training does not determine a person? Yes. Otherwise we would all be the same.
Organize an information system, acquire the fundamental technological and methodological notions allowing the management of an information system, manage a team (management, conducting meetings, recruitment), manage an IT project.Read more
A vocational course for the CDA title. 25% of the time per month at the ENI school and 75% of the time at UseWeb. This company creates websites for clients, with a front-end in NuxtJS and a back-end in Laravel. At school, I studied: project management, web server management, Java EE, ASP.net, cross-platform, analysis and design, Symfony, Android.Read more
An official preparation to the collective job allowing to learn how to develop in Java 8, starting from the historical bases and the OOP, going to Spring, passing by the development in layers. Three intense but instructive months.Read more
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