Here you will find some of the works that I can show I did for my company. Note that this list is not complete, as some projects are confidential, and this list represents a small part of all the work I was brought to do. I mostly work in team so here I will explain what I did in each project.
Here you will find all the project I did independtly and / or personally. In most of them, I did the work from A to Z.
Sam, 26, full stack web developper, I know my way around, but I still have a lot to learn ! And that’s what is thrilling in IT, it’s certainely that you never stop. Discover my journey up until here, and maybe we will do the following together ? ;)
Coming from Madagascar, it's in Paris and its suburbs where my journey begins and still goes on today.
I do my first two years of studies at the institute of technology of Marne la Vallée, in a very varied training giving skills in the domains of communication and multimedia. Having a preference for the IT, I continue in this domain.
Thristy for independance, and in order to finance my studies, I work as night shift at the Ibis Budget of Villeneuve le Roi during my second year.
Having taken taste in IT, I continue my curriculum at EPITA, and in apprenticeship with IBM. Realizing I prefere code to pure and full depth IT, I change my orientation towards a more code oriented education.
I enroll at the University Paris Sud, in apprenticeship with Valeo. After a few months, my missions not matching my expectations, I decide to take a break in order to bounce back in a better way, during which I work as a receptionist at Ibis Porte de Bercy.
Then I follow a full web training at F2I, in apprenticeship with a web agency : Totemis. It's finaly there that I find myself and come into bloom, confirming my passion for this domain, by learning a lot of things about this profession, also by taking advantage of all the things I have learned before which were clearly not lost.
Ideally, I would like my next adventure to be in an innovative project, human sized. I like challenges and conviviality.