Doctor in Geophysics and rather curious, I mainly trained in contact with researchers in research laboratories. It is an extraordinary environment for those who are curious, know how to adapt, like to learn every day, to seek, to fail… relentlessly. With the profile of a digital modeler and a taste for physical equations, I was able to work on many themes.
After two years of freelance, I am tackling an exciting and stimulating new theme: robotics and woodworking. It is also a great opportunity for me to join a small, close-knit, dynamic, creative and ambitious team. Within Epur, my activity mainly concerns the IT development of the OakBot. The objective is to extend the reliability of the machine and its ease of use… but also to bring new functions to it, with a touch of intelligence!
Like the craftsman carpenter, our philosophy at Epur is to produce a clean, sustainable, well-structured code. This in order to facilitate its maintenance, its management and allow its evolution. From the craftsman carpenter, to the developer craftsman, there is only one line! It's also what motivates me every day!