Thank you for wanting to know a bit more about me and this blog.
I am a software engineer working with the SaaS company Esker in Lyon, France. Before becoming a developer, I worked a bit more than 2 years as a tech support engineer and as a Scrum Master in the same company.
I got my Master’s degree in Computer Science at a university called INSA Lyon, where I was able to learn about CS fundamentals and a wide variety of software languages and techniques. I also got the chance to know great people now working for inspiring companies (Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Mozilla and the likes).
However, it’s during my time as a Scrum Master where I did mostly management related tasks that I started missing code and started to get fired up about programming, and more specifically about clean coding practices.
In this blog, I mainly share my take on clean code. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into this category.
On a personal note, I’m married to Fidji who is a General Practitioner Medical Intern/Resident, and I have two girls named Alaïs (aged 2) and Liv (aged 1).
Beside programming, I’m passionate about international travel, cultures & food, business with a focus on the IT & web industry and child development & psychology (mainly as it relates to parenting).
Thank you again for having read thus far. My goal is to add value to you my readers, while also clarifying my thoughts. I gladly welcome all feedbacks and comments as to how I can improve this blog.