I have always been interested in computers. Already as a child, I learned much on my old Windows 3.1 and 98, and eventually started to learn C-language on my own, even though I was not in a scientist course at high school.
After getting the Baccalaureat, I started learning computer science in Velizy's University Institute of Technology for two years. Then I got a bachelor's degree one year later attending Paris V Descartes University (in 2012).
This same year, a highly beneficial training period at Emploi-Collectivites brought me into iOS and Android programming. I kept working and updating this application since then.
Lastly, I completed my course with a MIAGE master's degree, graduating from Nice and Sophia-Antipolis University - a course handling both computer engineering and enterprise management.
Frameworks and tools
Integrated Development Environments
Other skills acquired through my work experiences :
I have been part of little workgroups as well as big teams in major companies.
My freelance status taught me a great experience of accountability.
Code writing is only one small step of a whole project.
Every language or technology I have learned was completed by a desire of understanding it more precisely.
Every browser or device should be taken care of when developing a product.
Learning new languages or frameworks is always a fascinating thing to me.
Robin has every skill a company can expect from a Project Manager :
Reliability, thoroughness, expertise, flexibility and involvement.
A short summary of all the projects I have been part of, starting from 2010.
Deployed a Nagios solution to monitor and supervise the company.
Developed an iOS and Android native application. After this great experience, I got a self-entrepreneur status so I could keep working on it while finishing my course.
Developed and added a fonctionality to an existing internal Java EE application, to handle airport's customer flows.
Developed a web portal with Drupal to provide CAF open-data information.
In this project, I dealt with the whole customer base, developing new features and ensuring technical support.
Handled the public portal intended for self-employed workers in France.
C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the foot.
C++ makes it harder, but when you do it blows your whole leg off.
I love many sports, and usually practice a lot (cardio-training, working out). I also enjoy to play football, tennis or many other sports in my spare time.
Apart from sport and practicing, music is my main hobby. I play the guitar (mainly electric) as well as piano. Also, I am a huge fan of the Beatles.
I love to travel, and have a huge passion and respect for Asian cultures, mostly Japan where I went on September 2014 (the picture below was taken in Kyōto).
To mention some of my other hobbies, I would say that I also have a great interest in Stock Exchange, genealogy, movies, history and geography, and of course, programming.
If Java had true garbage collector, most programs would delete themselves upon execution.
Currently in Antibes - Sophia-Antipolis