FOSS enthusiast, DevOps engineer, functional programmer. Student at Epitech.
Service provider for individuals and businesses focused solely on deploying and maintaining Free and/or open-source software utilizing FOSS in the entire business workflow.
Practiced recently learned skills around container management and used Ansible for the first time in a business setting, focusing more on upgrading the infrastructure management model and developer experience over addition of newer solutions
Gained useful knowledge on communication with people from different professional backgrounds and transferring only the key concepts during discussions about large changes
Practiced working on a high-stress environment and juggling full-time school and part-time work in a friendly, welcoming and accepting environment
Car monitoring and metrics analysis solutions
Researched and benchmarked currently available cluster managers, teaching myself around Kubernetes and cloud infrastructure
Projected and developed a parallel update operator for manager-agnostic cluster maintenance, learning Go and the intricacies, pitfalls and strengths of procedural concurrent programs
Learned how to be productive and healthy in a fully remote environment, striking a balance between individual work sessions, communication and studies
An e-commerce business funded only by high school sophomores. A fun little project before university rolled in, now going strong in a more organic form.
Developed and helped design the store website, teaching myself HTML/CSS and other frontend technologies, and learning about long-term project planning
Built payment handling system utilizing Snipcart, getting to know the Django framework and Semantic-UI
Managed deliveries, learning bit by bit how to manage professional relationships and aiding in delivery coordination
Documented most of the infrastructure (including event-specific services)
Multiple talks and workshops, in conferences/gatherings (OSCAL, Linux Weekend) or standalone
Learning more each day about community building, communication and open source project management
Organized events for inclusion in tech; created from and working with Epitech students and high schoolers
Organize and host workshops for tools, technologies and paradigms useful to other Epitech students and more
Mathematics – theoretical
- category theory
- lambda calculus
- type systems
- PL theory
- dip pens and fountain pens (easing into calligraphy)