This is my new blog.
It will soon replace my portfolio website as it will contain all my work that is available publicly with some additional details and comments.
I want to use this blog as a medium to share about the things I find interesting in programming, philosophy and video games.
I made my first website at the age of 9, which was basically a Geocities website, so I never really considered it as programming experience.
By the age of 11 I had made my first website using HTML and I was an active member of the TonWebmaster.com’s forums (french, web development, now inactive), which I became moderator when I was 13 years old. This forum helped me a whole lot by enabling me to exchange with other active members and it allowed me to rapidly learn the ropes of web programming. I soon learned about PHP/ MySQL for web programming when I was looking for a solution to ease the process of making a website.
Soon after, I made some small projects in C++ (after learning that Delphi was probably not the best idea to make video games), some with only the standard libraries, some others with 3d/2d graphics engines in order to make games and some others that I made just for fun and to test how network communication works.
And after that I made some projects in Python and C#, like an IRC bot and server scripts for game server hosting.
Thereafter, I joined the Awesom-O development team for the open-sourced Diablo 2 bot that used to work with Redvex (a proxy software for Diablo 2). My main goal was to enable the ability to have multiple bots working together.
Then I joined a few open-source projects here-and-there and I made a couple closed-source ones, mainly to experiment with different languages.
I am a programmer, mostly experimented in web development. But I also have participated in a few software projects, some larger than others.
I currently work at Phoenix Prosperity at which I lead a team of developers for one of it’s projects. I have been working there since 2011 and we expect to launch a first version in the next couple of months.
I am also working on a few personal and open-source projects, such as PHPEveCentral and Cervo and I am taking on a few small contracts here and there.