I’m Thibaud, a Technical Lead specialized in Web technologies.
I’m interested in impactful work that makes a difference, open-source software, and sharing my learnings with others. If you care about diverse communities and fighting the good fight, we’ll do great things together.
— 10 months
— a year
Front-end leadership for a team of 10 developers. Front-end Direction for a 40-person agency. Oversight of web development projects, either CMS-driven or data-driven single-page apps. Strategic direction, technical architecture, training plans, sales and recruiting.
— 2 years
Front-end development for websites and web apps, primarily with React, Django and Node. Mentoring and training for other front-end developers, R&D, tooling, and pre-sales activities.
— 10 months
Team Lead during design and development of an e-commerce portal (six developers, 500 man-days). Consulting and technical expertise activities at all stages of the project.
— a year
Web Application Development — Participation to PHP development projects with the CGI Web Factory, from design to maintenance.
— 6 months
Design and development of new features for Datalift, as part of an internship. Datalift is a linked data publication platform for the Semantic Web. Data Visualization and transformation in the SemWeb spirit.
— 8 years
A Meetup.com group about Web Development, open to everyone from professionals to newcomers, creative types to technical. Each event explores a specific topic in the form of presentations, open discussions or workshops.
— 2 days
Cross-platform transportation app built with Sencha Touch and Cordova. Node.js backend dispatching transportation data from data repositories (time tables) and SOAP/REST services (real time data, weather data).
— 2 days
Skimbo is a social-networks mash-up. It helps you manage your social networks, for example by viewing and posting to a lot of social feeds at once.
— a month
DataCubeViz is a Datalift module which helps visualizing statistical datasets using the DataCube ontology. It was created to fulfill the needs of the Datalift project to work with statistical linked data.
— 2 months
D4 is a Datalift module to visualize RDF statistical datasets using the DataCube ontology. D4 is built with Bootstrap, D3.js and CoffeeScript.
A commemorative prize by Torchbox to remember J-P and his values: Be the change you want to see in the world - Do the right thing; not the easy thing - Help others to shine more brightly.
Arrived second with our "Paper Preen" project. An automated quality control / linting and reviewing tool for research papers, prototype built with React and a Node.js backend
Second Prize for a public transport route calculation app (handles tramway, buses and bikes) in the Montpellier Area. Cross-platform app built with Sencha Touch and Cordova. Node.js backend dispatching transportation data from data repositories (time tables) and SOAP/REST services (real time data, weather data).
Ever heard of the Joel Test? It’s a simple 12 question measure of the quality of a software team, introduced by Joel Spolsky of Stack Overflow and Trello fame. The test is famous in the software development community as a no-BS calculation of the maturity of a development team. So, how’d we do?
I’m a self-diagnosed data nerd. For me, there’s nothing like trying to make sense of a phenomenon by looking at data, exploring an uncharted dataset to uncover insights. Sure, I don’t expect everyone to be as excited as I am about the release of the latest seasonally adjusted chain-volume GDP – but I do think that basic data literacy is becoming a vital part of running a successful business, or being an informed citizen.
Springload regularly attends development sprints of Wagtail. They’re a great occasion to meet with other core contributors, and drive the project together towards the needs of its users, aka our clients. In the past our work has taken us to Ede, Netherlands, and Cape Town, South Africa but this time we headed North to Reykjavík, Iceland thanks to our friends at Overcast Software.
I highly recommend Thibaud.
I have been working with him for the past 2 years and he has been a great workmate and then director.
His technical skills are really good and he is always keen to learn and explore new technologies. He is a keen teacher and happy to share about his experiments so everyone can jump on board. Thibaud is also really focused on code quality and a keen advocate for code formatting, unit testing, performance improvement, etc.
In terms of management skills Thibaud has been a great manager. Always supporting his team and always trying to understand the situation to get the best compromise for all the parties involved. He knows how to be strict if required but also how to trust his team when needed. He has a great diplomacy sense and knows how to get the most of everyone. This gives a great emulation inside the team to deliver better work in better conditions.
Thibaud is an avid developer. He quickly grasps complex problems and goes beyond the expectations of his managers. Thanks to his great coaching skills and clear explanations, he helped his colleagues to improve themselves. It’s a pleasure to work with him and I recommend him with my eyes closed.
An incredible analytical capability, an undeniable technical background and a great customer relationship.
Thibaud is a leader and he knows how to drive his team throughout the project.
Thibaud was an excellent intern and collaborator.