Programming / Computer Developer
2013 - 2016
42 is a French private computer programming school created and financed by Xavier Niel (founder of Iliad-Free) with several associates, including Nicolas Sadirac (former CEO of Epitech), Kwame Yamgnane, and Florian Bucher (former executives of Epitech). The school, designed by the In&Edit Architecture agency, was announced on March 26, 2013, and opened its doors on July 15, 2013, for the final phase of selections. It welcomed the selected students for the first enrollment in November 2013.
The training provided is inspired by the changes brought about by the Internet with a pedagogy qualified as "peer-to-peer". It will not award a diploma, but relies on advanced programming skills and the ability to innovate, see and think differently. The name of the school is a reference to the novel "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams: 42 is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything.
Executive Certificate Digital Architect, Information Technology
Apr 2022 - Dec 2022
Skills to understand the strategic challenges and options of the digital transition, implement a technology and industry watch, contribute to the definition of the company's digital transformation roadmap, understand modern digital solution components (cloud, big data, web and mobile apps, IoT, etc.), identify and manage digital security risks, and successfully manage a digital project. Target audience: digital project actors such as architects, project managers, analysts, designers, developers, and business managers.
Outside of my professional career, I have a variety of hobbies and passions that allow me to continue learning and stay creative. I enjoy playing video games, watching movies, and occasionally playing the piano. I am also fascinated by cutting-edge technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), artificial intelligence (AI), 3D graphics, and robotics.
In my spare time, I like to explore the Unreal Engine and develop projects such as a VR application I am currently working on. I have also dabbled with Arduino, creating a small robot as a personal project. My skills extend beyond technology, as I have experience with graphic design, using tools such as Illustrator, Photoshop, and video editing.
One of my past accomplishments includes developing a 3D mobile game using Unity with fellow students at my school. Although the game was not completed, I am proud of the progress we made and the skills I acquired throughout the process. As I continue to explore my interests and develop my skills, I am eager to take on new challenges and work on exciting projects in the future.