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A little bit about myself

What my interests in technology consist of

  • Back end as much as front end development (web & mobile)
  • Kotlin Multiplatform (KMP)
  • Native Android & iOS app development
  • Web development (via TypeScript, React.js, Tailwind CSS, & Remix)
  • Declarative UI toolkits (via Jetpack Compose, SwiftUI, & React.js)
  • Software architecture & modularization
  • Structured concurrency (via Kotlin coroutines & Swift 5.5)
  • Reactive programming
  • Functional programming (via Kotlin Λrrow, Scala Cats, & Haskell)
  • State management patterns (via Redux, state machines, & others)
  • Algorithms & data structures
  • Domain modeling & database design (via PostgreSQL, AWS DynamoDB, & AWS Neptune)
  • Graph databases (via AWS Neptune & Neo4J)
  • Cloud native & serverless computing (via AWS serverless services)
  • The microservice architecture (via Spring & Kubernetes)
  • The Gradle build tool
  • Data science, machine & deep learning (via PyTorch, Hugging Face, & OpenAI models)
  • Minimal operating systems (via Arch Linux, Gentoo, Linux From Scratch, & the Linux kernel)
  • User interface & experience design (via Figma)
  • 3D modelling & digital illustrations (via Cinema 4D & Illustrator)
  • Vim & Emacs keybindings in IntelliJ IDEA

What you will find here

Most of my GitHub repositories gather the various experiments I conduct while reading technical books or video courses. Hopefully, you will find a valuable piece of code you were looking for.

How to reach me

Your best bet is to direct message me on Twitter @_gressier, but a little email works just as well.

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  1. An Android app for the fictional Android Baseball League


  2. An Android app replicating the board game "Penny Drop"


  3. A proof of concept (PoC) showing the patterns of the microservice architecture in action


  4. A proof of concept (PoC) demonstrating the relevance of Spring for building a microservices-based application


  5. Kotlin

  6. A React & Redux TS web application sample


390 contributions in the last year

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December 2022

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