First off, by january 2010, I’ll be a freelance software architect and developer. After 4 years at Axen, gathering experience, building up my network, figuring out who I am and what I want, this is just the best way to go for me right now. The best way for me to solve real problems in this world. I won’t let anyone down, I’ll do things properly and it won’t happen overnight, but I’m moving on.
Which leads me to my second point: I’m actively looking for new challenges, new projects, new problems to solve. Productivity, user experience, mobility, modularity those are the problematics I’d love to help companies with. All things Java, Grails, Flex, iPhone SDK, OSGi, this is my toolbox. High level of intervention, coaching and technical leading, architecture, start-up CTO, those are the roles I’d be happier with. So if you have something along these lines, or simply questions you would like to discuss with a software passionate, my resume is here in English and French, and you can contact me here.
And since one of my motivations for going freelance include being able to meet more people and share more, I’m already going to participate in a few upcoming events:
- Wednesday, October 21st, I’ll be at Betagroup to hear about Belgian startups
- Thursday, October 22nd, I’ll be at Digital Marketing First, and I’ll be one of the 9 iPhone professionals answering questions in a panel session
- From November 16th to 20th, I’ll be at Devoxx in Antwerp
- On November 23rd, I’ll be at TEDxBrussels in European Parliament
So let’s meet, share and… solve problems!
Sebastien Plisson · October 20, 2009 at 6:50 pm
Nicolas Daudin · October 23, 2009 at 12:25 pm
What about Betagroup and Belgian startups?
SÃ©bastien · October 23, 2009 at 12:34 pm
Betagroup was a little disappointing to me. The GetYoo presentation was definitely well done, with a goog situation and a very engaging demonstration, but the other presentations were mostly boring, and the place where it all happened was too small to move. I’ll go to the next one, but this one felt too… tinkered to me.