I'm an applications developer with an eye for originality a flair for translating concepts to innovative results
Originally a web developer (HTML, PHP, MySQL...) now, I also write native applications in Objective-C, and decided to make it my field of specialization. I love giving birth to your UI mock-up by coding them in Cocoa.
I Co-founded MySeeen, currently this is an iOS Application. Our main purpose is to let you collect movies you want to see and you've already seen, reviews them and share them with your friends. A first version of MySeeen is now available on the App Store
In the past I've worked with Kevin Milden on Raven (now named Robin, we co-founded it), the next generation browser. We believe that browsers as they are now need a refresh, so we took the risk to bring to you something totally new. Something that is at the end, more than a browser. You can find more information here. It was more a proof of concept, it never past the beta phase due to ressources shortage.
Raven was featured on a lot of websites, we've got extremely good feedbacks: Hacker News | The Next Web | Lifehacker |Cloud Watching | MSNBC | Technoflames | Mac.AppStorm | Digital Trends |Shiny Shiny | WebBeat.tv | My interview for MacGeneration | The Next Web part 2 | Cult Of Mac and many more...
You can download my CV to have more information about my skills and interests. (Only in French for now)Bonus: Download My CV
Setember 2013 to now
February 2012 to now
February 2013 to July 2013
June 2012 to May 2013
September 2011 to June 2012
April 2011 to May 2012
2009 to August 2011
Objective-C/C/C++, JAVA (Android)
Design patterns, algorithm optimization, compilation, code analysis
HTML/XHTML, CSS, MySQL, PHP, RAILS
Cocoa (Appkit/UIKit), Qt, JQuery...
Wordpress, Liferay, Drupal, Joomla
Strongly passionate about pixel perfect and beautiful user interface
User experience must be the center of gravity of the application
It’s even for people stuck in day jobs who have always dreamed about doing their own thing.— Quote from Rework by Jason Fried (via Glose)
Book culture is not print fetishism; it is the swirl and gurgle of idea and style in the expression of stories and concepts—the conversation, polemic, narrative force that goes on within and between texts, within and between people as they write, revise, discover, and respond to those texts.— Quote from What Is the Business... by Richard Nash (via Glose) Annotation by Nicolas Princen (@NPrincen)