Here is a Python dedicated version of my resume. A complete version is available here.
I started using Python in 1998 and have been using it as my preferred scripting language since then. I have also been using it with Django web framework for web development.
Development of a Django application for the administration of the patients, exams and operators of an Androïd application along with a viewer for echocardiographic images by cardiologists.
I am Lead Backend Developer at mieuxplacer.com since march 2018. I’ve been developing and maintaining the Python/Django backend:
OAB is a subsidiary company of Orange, the French historic telecommunications company.
After a bad experience with Talend, I have been using Python to implement computation batches, which were essentially big SQL queries. At this occasion I have developed a Python computation batch framework.
I have used this Python experience in a banking video chat application called VisioCC. We have been using Django to implement the administration backend and REST webservices called by the Flash video chat.
I have also used Python and Django to develop a configuration backend for Orange banking applications in Telefact team.
I have then reused my Python batch framework in MonSVI team to implement statistics batches.
I finally joined the Cloud team and used Python to develop tools to automate management of virtual machines running in VM-Ware.
While working for OAB, I have developed following tools released under Open Source license:
In-Fusio was a mobile gaming company that developed its own Java Virtual Machine to download and run games on mobile phones.
I have started to use Python at In-Fusio to develop a server to deliver binaries downloaded by mobile phones. I have also used it to implement a continuous integration tool (in 2004).
At these occasions, I realized that Python was much faster than Java regarding development, and that its runtime performance were sometimes better that Java.
I have given Python related talks:
Furthermore, I have many Python projects on my Github account: