I’m Vincent Jacques, alias jacquev6 on the web. I’m a 36 years old, French, passionate software development engineer. I started programming when I was 12 on a Casio calculator, and I haven’t stopped learning.
I acquired a broad engineering education at Ecole Centrale Paris (2006) and specialized in Software as a very enthusiastic career choice.
After twelve years of professional software engineering, I value maintainable and evolutive source code and the use of tools and automation to create working, reliable software.
Since June, 2019, I’ve become a freelancer. What can I do for you?
For absolutely everyone:
Feel free to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let’s find out how I can help you. First discussions are always free, with no commitment.
Here are my most significant open-source software projects. You can view more in my complete portfolio .
The main challenge is the size of the API: there are hundreds of endpoints, each with one to six HTTP verbs. PyGithub provides a specialized interface for each combination; this makes client code safe. Some other libraries let their user write the name of the endpoints: mistakes are only discovered when the HTTP request is sent. In PyGithub, if the method exists, then the endpoint exists.
OCaml Visual Web Program