I started out as a developer “while waiting for inspiration”, then as project manager/technical architect. After a brief yet intense experience overseas as manager of a development center, I decided to change my core expertise and focused on data flow and application integration issues.
After 12 years in an IT service company, I decided to try freelancing to see and experience something else. I crossed paths with Cédric and David not long after that, who were building a nice project called MiddleWay 🙂
My daily missions are quite rich. The key distinctive elements are mostly attention, analysis and dialogue: in our field there is no silver bullet, each solution has to be tailor-made yet able to adapt to –sometimes rapidly – evolving needs! In contexts as dynamic as those of our clients, we need to constantly adapt, collect and register their needs, anticipate changes and most of all share and transmit.
A way to do more than just your job: it’s a work in progress and hopefully, a playground where each of us will ultimately find more than what we came looking for.
When you shoot, shoot, don’t talk!
I see three fundamental aspects:
Our job is to give life to this movement, to foresee and manage each steps and misstep, adapting the form of the data while respecting the global intent.