Tech lead, expert in the analysis, design and development of open source web-based information systems. Strong experience in Web 2.0 technologies for the management, manipulation and dissemination of statistical data and micro-data. Excellent problem solving skills, enjoy working as a team member as well as independently.
This all started with a custom-made blog built with Grunt. So much water under the bridge since then, and so many new technologies! I have the pleasure to use Gatsby for work, and I also wanted to give it a go for fun.
These are some of the hundreds of new listings on Flatmates.com.au. Every day, we try to match these listings to make the process of finding a flatmate as easy as possible. But, how? Well, you may have guessed from the title that we base our secret recipe on Elasticsearch – and, of course, on lots of data.
Add geospatial capabilities to your queries with PostGIS
Deploy your Python microservices with confidence with consumer-driven contract testing.
Take advantage of Docker Compose healthchecks to make sure your containers are up and running in the right sequence
Can we create a fully working full-stack web-app based on RESTful services with a single file?
Reduce the coupling between microservices through the use of event streams
Let's implement a Twitter clone based on Redis as explained by its creator Salvatore Sanfilippo in a post dated 2014. And let's use Ruby instead of PHP.
Build your first Ruby web application with Ruby-on-Rails and deploy it to the cloud
Create a simple Single Page Application to consume the New York Times API with AngularJS.
We will build a simple client/server architecture and then use Docker Compose to incapsulate the various components for the deployment.
Elm is a young functional and strongly typed language. Oh, and it's for the front-end!
In the beginning it was WordPress. But then I wanted something more personal, so I ended up building the whole blog from scratch with the help of Grunt.