Nine years of international experiences in
designing, developing, and maintaining apps.
Creative and curious,
I value quality no matter what I am making.
I like in particular 🌐 web technologies,
and I’m focused on continually improving the 👤 user experience.
Designing, building, and maintaining e-commerce apps, using various web technologies (Symfony 4, MySQL, Bootstrap, React, Redux, Vanilla JS, Wordpress/WooCommerce...), for different companies such as La Maison De L'Eleveur or Champagne Carole Haudot.
V.I.E. (International Volunteers in Business) in the USA (New York Metropolitan Area).
Reporting directly to the Software Development Manager and as a member of the DEV team, I developed and implemented critical solutions for Coface North America using Java EE and related technologies (Oracle, SOAP...).
- Blog about this amazing part of my life: vie-usa.giovanetti.fr (French)
As I wanted to work abroad, I knew that having a flexible position in France, that I could quickly quit, would be a plus to find international opportunities.
Becoming a freelancer appeared to be the best solution to earn money and stay available for bigger projects.
Is it possible to conduct valid passive surveys just by listening to social media?
We tried to answer that question by analysing the twitter stream for several years (data mining). We explored the various sentiments carried by those very small messages and compared our results with political polls.
La Maison De L'Eleveur was unhappy with their old website, based on Wordpress. They wanted something much simplier and closer to their needs. However, this new website had to be ready within 3 months as September was an important month for their sales.
The idea was to improve visitors' museums experience using simple Human-computer interactions. These interactions had to stimulate social interactions and keep visitors looking at paintings rather than at a screen.
Summer 2011, I joined a local restaurant as room manager to put some money aside for my incoming 2012 Erasmus semester at Graz, Austria.
To complete my bachelor's program, I needed to carry out a three-month internship programme.
I found a position at the web agency Oeil pour Oeil, in Lille, France.
To obtain my University Technology Diploma, I needed to carry out a two-month internship programme.
I found a position at JVS-Mairistem, a company specialized in French administrations software solutions, in Saint Martin, France.
In november 2019, I decided to close my Instagram account for personal reasons. However, I still wanted a place to upload and share my pictures. This was the perfect occasion to create a Web App using React.
Flowtos is my personal vision of a clean, modern, and simple to use photo gallery.
It's also open-source and available on GitHub.
This blog tells the story of my little life in Princeton, New Jersey, as an international intern.
It aims to be helpful, particularly to french citizens who would like to work in the United States of America, and enroll in the same French government program (VIE).
Do you remember the good old time when Windows XP's UI used to freeze and allow you to draw incredible things
using the error window?
There is now an app for that!
Let the nostalgia set in with this funny Windows XP Error Simulator.
This simple React app displays weather forecast using emojis.
The goal was to learn React while having some fun.
Unfortunately, only France is supported right now as I didn't find a proper way to generate map templates programmatically.Try this app
As you may already know, downgrading iOS, the OS of the iPhone and the iPad, is not permited by Apple for security reasons.
This app allows to downgrade 32-Bit iDevices on iOS 9.1-9.3.4, without the use of a fully fledged jailbreak.
This hack makes use of the Trident exploit chain by benjamin-42.Browse the repo on Github
🇦🇹 Including an erasmus semester at the Graz University of Technology, Austria in 2012.