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👋 Bonjour, I’m Rémi.

I’m Partner & Director, Software Development at @mirego in Quebec City, Canada.

I also enjoy (among other things) 🏗 open-source code, 🥪 sandwiches, 🍺 craft beer, 👨‍👩‍👧 my family, 🎧 hip-hop, Wikipedia… and emoji.

My personal website has more information about me.


  1. The stable base upon which we build our Elixir projects at Mirego.

    Elixir 854 60

  2. 🕵️‍♀️ MixAudit provides a mix deps.audit task to scan a project Mix dependencies for known Elixir security vulnerabilities

    Elixir 179 6

  3. 🏷 A suite of Credo checks to enforce naming best practices in an Elixir project

    Elixir 66 8

  4. PlugCanonicalHost ensures that all requests are served by a single canonical host.

    Elixir 26 8

  5. dotfiles Public

    All my dotfiles (vim, zsh, tmux, etc.) in a single place

    Vim script 42 6

  6. teamocil Public

    There's no I in Teamocil. At least not where you think. Teamocil is a simple tool used to automatically create windows and panes in tmux with YAML files.

    Ruby 2.2k 102

1,875 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to mirego/mirego-open-web, remi/dotfiles, mirego/killswitch and 29 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
mirego/activerecord_json_validator 1 merged
Reviewed 5 pull requests in 4 repositories
mirego/trikot 2 pull requests
mirego/html_test_helpers 1 pull request
mirego/html_test_identifiers 1 pull request
mirego/accent 1 pull request
103 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 27

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