I'm Eric Bouchut, a dedicated software developer with a deep passion for both coding and dancing.
My expertise lies in Ruby on Rails and Blockchain.
Additionally, I thrive on sharing knowledge and fostering growth.
With over 15 years in the software development industry, my journey spans a diverse array of roles:
- 6+ years as a Ruby on Rails and Java developer at LD Mobile (acquired by S4M, now Ask Locala), contributing to a mobile DSP in the Real-Time Bid sector for programmatic advertising. I also worked for HostnFly as a Ruby on Rails and Java Developer.
- 3 years as a Web developer using Java and GWT at Antidot, a private search engine company.
- 5 years of experience in Java and web development for 2 startups: Perform (acquired by BMC) and Miyowa.
- Engaged in extensive Java-related projects, including a significant 7-year tenure at BMC Software, a Fortune 500 company.
- 3 years of Unix/C/C++ development at an IT consulting firm.
- Computer science teacher at Axis Digital, where I:
- Conducted 4 distinct training classes for groups of up to 15 individuals over a span of 3 years.
- Created and delivered a computer science course focused on advanced Unix usage, titled 'Utilisation Unix avancée".
Moreover, I'm actively engaged in the open-source community, contributing to the Loop Open Source project. Specifically, I focus on enhancing the project's technical documentation, a critical aspect of ensuring its usability and accessibility. You can explore my contributions on the LoopDocs repository, where I collaborate with a diverse team distributed across geographical locations. My responsibilities involve improving product documentation and configuring the necessary tools for seamless website development and publishing, leveraging technologies like mkdocs and mkdocs-material.
This open-source initiative aims to provide comprehensive resources for users of Loop—an advanced Automated Insulin Delivery system for individuals with diabetes.
Feel free to reach out if you'd like to connect or learn more about my journey!