My name is Jean-Michel, I am currently based in Lyon (France) as the Head Of Technology of Per Angusta within an awesome team ❤. I like to get and to share skills in Web development. Find below a summary of the events that influenced me.
From 07 February 2020 to Now
Committed Engineers is a Tech blog edited by an enthusiastic team of developers at Per Angusta.
In February 2020, I decided to launch this blog with my team in order to improve our visibility and to facilitate hiring.
Thus, the main objective is to provide my team with a way of shining over the Web :-)
From 01 March 2019 to Now
Lyon.rb is a Ruby developers community in Lyon (France).
Since March 2019, I have been co-organizing regular events with my colleagues from Per Angusta and the Ruby community in Lyon.
These events are opportunities to present talks and develop knowledge sharing among community members.
From 01 April 2016 to 30 June 2016
The public institution SGMAP supports the creation of new digital services through startups incubation and partnerships.
I worked in partnership with School 42 and SGMAP (General Secretariat for the Modernization of Public Action) on a project aiming to exploit the new opportunities brought to citizens by the CPA, a career personal account, which is the flagship project of the new Labour Law. We are developing new web services for citizens in order to facilitate consultation and use of their personal rights, bringing them more security in their professional careers. My team and I are responsible for creating a secured API that provides personal data to the Services.
From 01 January 2016 to 31 December 2016
weSH is a collective project for programming a Unix command-line interpreter (shell).
Work on a complete Shell implementation that supports job control, redirections, subshells, advanced command lines (pipes, inhibitors, variables) and an enhanced interactive mode through the terminal capabilities.
From 01 January 2016 to 31 December 2017
42ShellTester is an integration testing framework wrote in Bash and designed for the pedagogical projects of the Shell branch at School 42 (Paris).
From 01 June 2015 to 31 December 2017
42MapGenerator is an interactive prompt providing topography data.
42MapGenerator is a tiny bash script developed at School 42 (Paris) for downloading and generating maps of the real world, the Earth's moon and the planet Venus for the pedagogical project Fil de Fer (FdF).
From 01 January 2015 to 31 December 2017
42FileChecker is a personal project aiming to help students to succeed their C-programming projects.
It is a tiny bash script for testing and checking the files according to the rules of the subjects.
From 01 January 2003 to 31 December 2008
HelioFlash.com was a personal project aiming to help newbies learning how to use Adobe Flash software (originally developed by Macromedia), a project I carried out during my youth for many years.
It is my early main project in my life as a passionate of Web development. I literally felt in love of interactive websites mixing smooth user interface and database interaction.
The website was receiving more than 150 unique visitors per day during its peak of popularity.