I'm a freelance developer, coach and trainer from France
I like to write blog posts too: https://www.orbitale.io/, sometimes technical, sometimes not purely technical, but I try to often talk about the strange world of tech we work in.
I love free Open Source software, and I believe that Open Source could help the entire world by bringing community effort into solving peoples problems, could it be by allowing them to create a website for a project in seconds, or create free and Open Source plans for artificial respirators.
In any way, when I have a project, I will always try to make it Open Source first, create documentation, even if it's just for me, because I hope it will help Open Source newcomers to participate too, and give a good example of how things can be done.
I do have several activities! Check them out:
- That's my main skill, been doing PHP since 2008, and tried tons of frameworks.
- I have two Symfony certifications, and been doing almost only Symfony-based projects since 2013
- I made some Open Source projects:
🍎Compotes, a small app to visualize analytics about bank accounts operations. 🪄ImageMagickPHP, an ImageMagick command-line wrapper for PHP. 📄CmsBundle, a very lightweight Page/Category implementation setup for Symfony applications. 🎲CharacterManagerBundle, a workflow-like system to create character generators for custom table-top role-playing games. 🌳Corahn-Rin, once a monolithic project created in 2013, but extracted from the monolith as a smaller application in 2021. It is a character and campaign manager for the Shadows of Esteren table-top RPG. 🗺Esteren Maps, once a monolithic project created in 2013, but extracted from the monolith as a smaller application in 2021. It is a Google-map-like application for the Shadows of Esteren table-top RPG.
- I started coding with Rust in 2020, mostly for the purpose of learning, and also for fun
- Here are some of my projects using it:
- Even though I'm mostly a backend developer, I also know a bit of frontend, at least enough for having been coding on browsers since 2012.
🍦I really like vanilla JS, because it's light, but 🔵Typescript is definitely the best option nowadays because it's stricter and has more capabilities.
- I know and love Svelte and a little Vue too.
- Some of my projects are using it:
- Experienced it, tested it to create bundled versions of Typescript projects, but can also be used to compile executables!
- Soon, most of my Svelte-based projects will be based on Deno rather than Node.js, because I think it's a much better runtime.