I’m a young French Software Engineer, currently working at Mobeye.
I’ve been passionate about computers since I was a little kid. At the age of 9, I started writing my own programs in QuickBasic on an old Windows 3.11 computer.
When it was time to choose my career path, there was no hesitation that I wanted to become a software developer. Since I felt I needed a more formal education in order to learn the best practices, I enrolled at the Institut Supérieur d’Electronique de Paris (also known as ISEP), a French top engineering school located in the heart of Paris.
I graduated at the end of 2013, and was honored to be my promotion’s valedictorian.
I was lucky to be able to go to Stanford as a Visiting Student Researcher, where I worked in Evan Reed’s Materials Computation and Theory Group where I analyzed material physics simulation results using machine learning and graph algorithms.
I also followed several courses there, which was awesome and allowed me to increase my Computer Science knowledge.
I’ve been following online courses (also knwon as MOOC) for a few years now. I started on Udacity and am now following a few more on Coursera.
I’m not just a developper! I also enjoy a few hobbies
Reading has been my passion since I knew how to! I’m particularly fond of the Fantasy and Science Fiction genres, but I’ve also been reading other things when they caught my attention (looking at you, Ken Follett!)
Watching series is also nice! I’m currently a fan of South Park, Game of Thrones, Sherlock as well as Rick and Morty. (I also watch Adventure Time but shh, it’s a secret!)
Sports? I’m generally not a fan, but I like a few of them: Hiking, Skiing and Biking for instance!
I really love traveling! It’s a passion for me, I try to visit everything I can, including in Paris! Here’s a list of places I visited: