I'm a self-taught software developer who's fascinated by the technology startup ecosystem. I love to learn whatever I need to learn to get things done, and am excited by new technologies. I'm also passionate about literature, history, philosophy, design, typography and education.
I've been managing a team of engineers since July 2013. You may find some of my writing about engineering management on my blog.
faberNovel helps big companies think and act like startups. I took part in strategic consulting missions, as well as designed and implemented new services & products for large companies.
I participated in two of faberNovel's annual studies. Both have been featured on TechCrunch and were very well received:
As a product manager on a couple project, I also did a little bit of software development. Following the DRY philosophy, I also wrote some Omnigraffle scripts in AppleScript to streamline my wireframing work-flow.
I wrote a dissertation about Google Chrome: Free Software as a launching platform.