After a bunch of apps and a few years, I start to think I'm not so bad at this stuff. My code is elegant, easy to maintain and update. I possess a wide-range knowledge including web technologies, Android, iOS, marketing, UX, strategy, management, and take time to keep myself up to date with lastest technologies.
I demonstrate a full capacity to translate technical concepts into common language and vice versa, which helps to give the customer the product he deserves. My understanding goes from strategic and financial objectives, passing through marketing, UI/UX to go up to software architecture and down to low-level code. I managed various organizations, and even am Inbound Marketing Certified.
On a more personnal side, I like to describe myself as a self-made-man. I code since 14, started to sell my developing skills at 17, paid my own studies and got a Master Degree at 23, got married 2 weeks before my thesis defense (you can call it multitasking), and now living an exciting internationnal life.
A bit old school,
but still pretty effective.
Because softwares don't write themselves alone (yet!).
Learn from my mistakes
and teammates advices
Thesis subject: Mobile Software Architecture