I've been coding since age 10, at first with a beloved 16Ko ATARI 600XL Computer.
Dealing with the limitations of the time, I've learned to maximize code efficiency over memory footprint.
Nowadays, I deliver full stack applications with a strong sense of design, a cinematic touch and an entertainment industry flair.
I enjoy creating something unique that will entice the imagination of my users.
The ATARI 600XL, the classic computer I grew up with and learned coding on. I quickly pushed it to 64Ko with an upgrade (ATARI 1064) before moving on to a 128Ko model (ATARI 130XE) much later. The classic ATARI 8-bit architecture was designed by luminaries such as Jay Miner, Joe Decuir, George McLeod, Douglas Neubauer (father of the A8 Killer App STAR RAIDERS), François Michel, Steve Smith. The amazing XL Design, heavily unfluenced by the Bang & Olufsen look of the time, was created by Regan Cheng. Most of the original A8 design team would later deliver the AMIGA creating three generations of classic machines: The ATARI VCS, The ATARI 400/800/XL/XE (8-bit line) and the AMIGA 1000. My original ATARI 600XL, a gift from my late father, remains one of my most prized possessions.