I am a Full Stack Web Developer with a background in Water & Environmental Engineering.
I graduated in 2013 from both a French Engineering School and a British University and started working as a specialist graduate and then as a strategic planner at Scottish Water (Scotland, UK).
In early 2018, we decided to move back to my wife’s hometown in Yokohama, Japan.
Upon moving to Japan, I studied Japanese and passed the JLPT N2 at the end of 2019. I then joined an intensive coding bootcamp (April - June 2020), Le Wagon Tokyo, to learn full-stack web development and start my career transition to a more technical role.
Over the past months, I have been working on personal projects while learning additional web technologies such as the MERN stack (MongoDB, Express, React and Node.js).
Don't hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a freelance developer, want to hire a full-stack engineer, or are just interested in how to address environmental challenges through tech.
My wish is to find a full stack web developer position in Tokyo or Yokohama. I am also open to front-end or back-end positions.
▪ Wish to join the coming cohort if my future position / companies allows it. ▪ 2 evening lessons per week (20h00 - 21h30) ▪ Taught by Michal Fabinger, Assistant Professor at the The University of Tokyo (東京大学). Previously Harvard University, Standford University. - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fabinger/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/fabinger
Graduated from Le Wagon Tokyo (Batch #394) from 6 April 2020 until 5 June 2020.
▪ Modules included - Managing and financing water and wastewater, Heath sanitation and wastewater management, Water quality monitoring, Research Processes.
Group project ▪ Title - Investigating business approaches for decentralised water and sanitation technologies. ▪ Client - CAWST - https://www.cawst.org/
MSc Thesis ▪ Title - Assessing the degree of faecal contamination in low income environments, a case study in Maputo, Mozambique. ▪ Client - Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor - https://www.wsup.com/
Strategic Planner - Wastewater Resilience (Sep 2016 – Dec 2017 - 1 yr 4 mos) ▪ In charge of defining what “resilience” might mean for Scottish Water wastewater services. ▪ Identified the activities contributing to the resilience by engaging with stakeholders across the company. ▪ Engaged with the University of Exeter who developed a framework to evaluate the level of resilience. ▪ Organised a workshop with the University of Exeter to seek applicable technique to design our own resilience metrics and targets.
Specialist Graduate - Engineering, 2014 intake (Sep 2014 – Aug 2016 - 2 yrs) ▪ Selected as part of Scottish Water graduate program 'Specialist Graduate - Engineering', 2014 intake. ▪ Selective training programme aimed at developing future leaders of the organisation. ▪ Undertook 4 x 6 months positions across the Strategy and Operational Directorates.
▪ MSc Thesis: Assessing the degree of faecal contamination in six low-income districts of Maputo city ▪ Academic supervisor considered the new input “as the most promising development in the research that has been performed in this context in the last two years”
- A Web App to support learners complete their online courses OneBite at a time. - Learners can find the best courses from the best online learning platforms, easily schedule their lessons using Google calendar, track their progress, and stay motivated by competiting with their friends. - A key feature is the use of API to automatically update the user's experience points on Duolingo (language learning app).