Full-Stack Designer with 5 years of various professional experiences in designing, developing, and maintaining solutions and systems.
I'm proactive, I care about User Experience, I enjoy learning and staying up to date, and I like in particular web technologies.
V.I.E. (International Intern in a Company) in 🇺🇸 Princeton, New Jersey.
As a Junior Software Developer and reporting directly to the Software Development Manager, I develop and implement critical solutions for Coface North America using Java and related technologies. My main responsibilities are – but are not limited to:
For more information about this unique experience, visit my dedicated blog on vie-usa.giovanetti.fr.
Designing, building and maintaining systems built using various web technologies.
Designing, building and maintaining a system that allows to capture and analyse thousands of tweets per second and that is powered especially by Elasticsearch. This system featured services that extracted new knowledges from tweets, a dashboard for visualizing charts and querying the data powered by AngularJS and Node.js, and a RESTful API. Continuous research and development.
Rebuilding from scratch the e-commerce website of the company within 3 months. Rearranging their catalogue (more than 1500 references). Prototyping easy to use user interfaces and powering them using Symfony 2, Bootstrap and jQuery. Deploying the new website, maintaining it and improving it according to customer feedback.
First reading state of the art papers about interaction in museums. Then, trying to change the way people visit museums in order to better engage them. Prototyping and designing easy to use mobile devices using Arduino. Building a central system to remotely manage, configure and record traces of use. Creating a dashboard to browse the traces using charts. Deploying the devices and the system in the museum of fine arts of Tourcoing, France. Evaluating the user experience.
Keeping clean the public areas of the restaurant.
Listing using live demonstrations the new capacities of HTML5 and CSS3. Checking how those features were supported by the most used browsers. Building a CMS based on Zend Framework, CSS3, HTML5 and JQuery. Dealing with responsive design problematics.
Preliminary work for a syntethic dashboard app that collects and summarizes data from the different modules of JVS's solutions. Designing web services (private APIs) and using them through a Windev Graphical User Interface.
Including an erasmus semester at the Technische Universität of Graz, Austria in 2012.
This blog highlights my life in the United States as an international intern.
It aims to provide useful information to young french professionals who'd like to work in the United States.
Do you remember the time when Windows XP used to freeze and allow you to draw incredible things using the error window?
This webapp does that.
You can have fun again with this simulator.