I am Aymerick, a software developer living near Rennes, France.
I am currently working on Asso Ninja, a web service targeted to associations to help them create their website. This web service is powered by kowa, a static site manager I created in Go with an admin web app I built with the Ember.js framework.
Before that, I worked remotely during more than six years at Fotonauts, a company founded by a group of ex-Apple engineers to create fotopedia, a photo community website.
If you have a cool job proposition, I am available to hire.
Although I have mainly done backend stuff, I also acquired experience in frontend development:
The Fotonauts team was based in Paris. Most of the time I worked from home at Betton, but one day a week I travelled to Paris to work with my amazing colleagues (and to drink some beers with them).
I met Fotonauts founders while working as a contractor for Apple.
I implemented the SyncML protocol in the iSync synchronisation tool that was shipped with MacOS X. The addition of the SyncML protocol into iSync permitted to add support for tens of new mobile devices for Mac users.
I worked remotely and autonomously from Rennes, reporting to the Apple team located in Paris.