- I love music, terrible movies, tea, rain, and the Oxford comma
- Modding & Video Games
Institut Paul Lambin, Brussels
2013 - 2016
Software development — BAC+3, with great honor.
Technical Lead, Sequelize ORM
2021 - now
Lead Developer, MyMedicoach.com
2019 - 2022
Development of a web & mobile (TWA) application.
2020 - 2022
Developer, The MAD Company
2016 - 2020
Agency work including React/Node/GraphQL/REST applications. Technical lead and setup of internal IT-related processes.
Feb. 2016 - June. 2016
Worked on the main Symfony2 platform.
Development & optimisation of a front-end widget.
- Git (+GitHub, Bitbucket, Gitlab)
- Bash, Zsh
- Jira, Confluence
- macOS, Ubuntu
- React (6 years), Next.js
- Webpack (6 years), Gulp
- Well versed in CSS (10 years)
- SCSS, PostCSS
- Push Notifications
- PWA, Trusted-Web-Activities, Cordova
- Eye for detail
- Cares about load times
- UX & UI (notions)
- Node, PHP, Java
- Most RDBMS: PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, SQL Server, etc…
- GraphQL, REST
- Error management, response time optimisation
- Heroku, AWS (S3, SES), Firebase
Links to source code & live demos are available on ephys.dev.
Stacked React Router
A yet-to-be-released experimental library that builds an efficient Stack Router on top of React Router. This library supports directional page transitions, provides a working Back Button, and includes a multitude of tools to manipulate the browser history and simulate a native mobile app experience.
While not yet available, it is used extensively in mymedicoach.com.
Sequelize Cursor Pagination
An implementation of a stateless cursor-based pagination using Sequelize.
This library gave the ability to use complex formatting in intl messages using XML tags.
Support for XML tags has since been added natively to react-intl.
A very lightweight markdown-to-jsx implementation limited to basic markdown formatting. Designed to be used by end-users in use-cases such as a chat application.
Another lightweight library that parses XML or HTML and maps tags to react component. This was designed as a way to safely render and dynamize HTML coming from a CMS.
A web integration experiment with the goal of converting an illustration designed for paper into an interactive mobile-friendly web page.
Made for the TSER.
It is actually a printable HTML page you can find on ephys.dev!
A golden occasion to learn more about making pages printer-friendly.