Exchange student in software engineering and computer science
Graduating with the equivalent of a Master Degree in Computer Science
Student in Software Engineering and Networks
Graduated with the equivalent of a Master Degree in Computer Science
Student in Computer Science
Graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science with honors
Curology aims at making dermatologists accessible easily, and for cheap, in the USA. We have a full-stack platform to help reaching this goal (dermatologists, in-house lab, shipping system). To do so, I have been working on projects related to each of those areas, wearing multiple hats. Those projects can go from creating a support center in React.js, to implement a complex signup flow in Ember.js, making the process fun and dynamic for our users. I have also been working on creating our whole testing infrastructure (unit, integration, screenshots comparison) to make sure we could move fast while keep a consistent quality. On a side note, I am also the organizer of the San Diego React.js meetup. We meet once a month at the Curology offices.
I was in charge of implementing two prototypes in Android for two different projects. The first project was targeting people suffering from Aphasia. The Android application created was displaying images, with multiple choices for their meaning, or recording sentences repeated by the user. A web interface has also been implemented to provide an easy way for a therapist to follow the evolution of a patient. The second project was an electronic calendar for tablets for people with Alzeihmer. This was an easy way to study their habits by recording their interaction with the application (handwriting, and taking pictures). I also took part in the redaction of papers submitted for conferences.
Using Delphi, I implemented a system to automatically update the desktop version of the main software of the company, as a SOAP web service. The second part of my internship was to redesign and add features to the Downloads page of the company website.
We mainly design and develop applications on our free time. So far, we have several board games, and a Twitter client focusing on ergonomy, making your usage of Twitter easier by providing nice to use features. Entirely conceived by us, we are also in charge of promoting them through various channels.
On my free time, I work on various open-source projects of my own. Those mostly includes small packages, easy to integrate. For example, this resume is generated through a npm package of my own called json-resume-dynamic. I have also a markdown editor with preview implemented in React.js that is currently used in production at Curology. I am also maintaining Reddit and Cloudinary API wrappers for Laravel, available as composer packages. My last project is a small npm package to help you generate a calendar showing all your Bitbucket and Github contributions as a React component, easy to display on your website.
I implemented my blog engine and personal website and decided mid-way that it would be nice to extract a smal CMS for developers. It provides an admin interface and different ways of backing your data like Dropbox or Google Drive, uses Markdown posts and it is aiming to make your life easier if you decide to have a personal blog. It is still in development but soon to be released.