I build software.
I have been building software for 35 years.
I am a hacker at heart loving to build stuff, especially working on highly reliable network services, from server to client.
I have a strong expertise in server-side development, distributed system.
I have develop a great intuition about software fault and love troubleshoting complex systems.
I have been involved in major open source projects since 1995, being the lead architect of ejabberd messaging platform.
I have contributed to tens of Open Source projects and large scale customers software over the past 15 years.
You can check my work on Github.
I write on technical topics, from blog posts to advanced books.
My main programming languages are Swift, Go, Erlang and Elixir.
I wrote two technical books, tens of blog posts and dozains of tech videos.
I also write on more general entrepreneurship topics, with a focus on innovation and sustainability.
I speak, teach & coach.
I have been giving tens of talk across a various range of conferences.
My main tech topics cover:
- Distributed Software
- Scalable Architecture
- Software Design
- Network Programming
- Design Sprint
I also talk about sustainable enterpreneurship covering topics that I see having a major impact on the way to do business:
- Responsible Innovation
- Mindfullness and Spirituality
- Ethics & Privacy
- Social Impact
- Environment & Green Computing
I talk at conferences or during private corporate sessions.
You can get in touch to book me.
I invested in several companies and I help founders get a different perspective on their business.
The peer pressure in business and race for social status is preventing many entrepreneurs to innovate. They are pushed to use the same process, technologies, and capital intensive investments. I help them think differently.
I’m a life hacker.
I have been practicing Yoga, Mindfulness & Spirituality as a way to improve my personal life and the situation of the people around me, from family to coworkers.
This helps me give purpose to my actions and set meaningfull limits, goals.
I am sharing tips, life hacks a to help other people get a better sense of what is life with a purpose, become a better manager, and more generally a better and happier person.
I created ProcessOne in 2005.
We have build platforms supporting hundreds of millions of users across thousands of deployments.
ProcessOne is now a renowed innovation lab, helping customers imagine and build their next products.
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