How my professional beginnings seem far away now! (Still, I’m not the oldest in the team!). A beautiful autumn day in 2006, the air is crisp, a few rays of sun pierce gray skies and I’ve just become another number in a big IT service company.

My career then followed a somewhat classic curve, development engineer, small projects, big projects, all-nighters then project manager… All things considered after all, no, I don’t want to be project manager; I’d rather be an architect. Luckily, a guru named David disrupted this rather mundane story. Besides the technical aspects of his trade, what convinced me to follow him in his Parisian adventure and his shiny new ambitious structure were the man’s human qualities!

But time has not yet come for MiddleWay and I’m not living the Parisian nightlife. Our common project won’t be based in Paris; it will firstly be born in Lyon and be called MiddleWay.


Dialogues, exchanges and analyses, which lead us to understand our clients’ businesses, mostly mark my day-to-day work life. Immerging ourselves in the business culture of our customers and identifying their functional complexities enable us to pinpoint the information necessary to set up data flows inside or outside of their companies.

Depending on the nature of the streams we have to implement, our missions as architects and advisers consist in recommending the best technical solution while maintaining the flow’s modularity, its scalability and its performance.

Finally, I supervise and take part in the execution, testing, packaging and rollout phases, which allows me to be close to any issue encountered during implementation and to maintain technical legitimacy.


for you

A professional environment that fulfills us on a personal level. Here we work hard, we tear our hair out and we grumble, but the atmosphere and global solidarity enable us to do a job none of us could have imagined carrying out.

Your motto
in life

Good mood is transmitted to the souls of those who approach it.

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What does
setting data in motion
to you ?

Data motion can be summed up into 4 key points:

  • Dancers: identifying the actors That’s the initial step: indexing data repositories and extracting the important intel from them before apprehending specificities for each (nomenclature, safety, sensitivity…).
  • Music: defining the rhythm That’s the essential step, where you define the very nature of the flow to be implemented, the different steps to follow, their dependencies and frequencies in order to create the final show.
  • Animation: broadcasting information The much-awaited step, where the information initially enclosed in an application is finally liberated, can follow every imagined script and circulate throughout the company’s information system and outside.
  • Supervision: guaranteeing the show and its performance The complex step, the one where we make sure that the show won’t ever be interrupted, that errors and specificities will be dealt with correctly and that, whatever happens, the show will resume as quickly as possible in the event of a non manageable problem.