As I only worked for startups, I often was one of the few tech persons in the team. I had to learn the whole stack in order to be flexible, and Ruby on Rails made it a breaze.

Thought I’m a generalist, I have put over the years more focus on frontend technologies (React & Ember).



Keep it stupid simple unless you’re a fan of technical debt.


It allows a modular approach and a lot of flexibility.

No surprises

Make sure what is built has a single responsability.


Make sure every feature you build is deemed necessary.


Build – measure – Learn. Always start with a good MVP.

Open Source

If you can make it open source, you should.

Latest work

2019 Hesabu

At Bluesquare, I redesigned Hesabu (rule based computing engine) to support complex health indicators and build interactive reports.

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2019 Dataviz manager

I designed and built a fully reusable and modular admin application for clients to manage their Dataviz platform. The app was directly embedded into their data warehouse (dhis2)

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2018 Dataviz

In 1,5 years, I successfully re-designed, developed and manage Dataviz which was in a critical shape when I joined the company.

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2016 MyMicroInvest

I was first hired as a designer / front-end developer but my role evolved to work on the full stack (Front-end/Backend/Ux)

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2012 Emuzikos

As a musician, I always found difficult to find people to play with. So I started this side project. The site is now closed but, at the time, it allowed me to practice my Ruby on rails skill while still doing mostly design during my day job.

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