Xavier Lepaul - Software Engineer

Deleting code since 2005.

xavier@lepaul.fr

Experience

Google, Stockholm 01/2017 - present

Android development

Working on the Hangouts Meet Android client.

Sirup lab, Lyon 02/2016 - 12/2016

Android development

Freelance Android development for startups, including Feeligo and lelivrescolaire.fr.

Evernote, Lyon 02/2015 - 01/2016

Android development

Integration of the next-generation note editor in the Android client.

Large-scale refactoring and code clean-up.

Woonoz, Lyon 05/2013 - 12/2014

Full-stack dev, infrastructure automation

Development of an e-learning platform, on the web and mobile devices.

Initial setup of a Puppet-based server infrastructure automation.

Moody’s Analytics, San Francisco 12/2010 - 04/2013

Product portfolio integration

Code-level integration of several products on a common platform. Support to product teams, ensuring communication between distributed teams.

Maintenance and evolutions to the continuous integration processes.

Fermat (acquired by Moody’s), Grenoble 07/2007 - 12/2010

Code infrastructure and tooling development

Designed and implemented key tools targeted at internal and external users, including a distributed computing infrastructure, an identity and access management framework, and a regression testing tool.

Amadeus, Sophia Antipolis 03/2005 - 06/2007

Greenfield hotel reservation system

Responsible for the product’s frontend technical design.

Functional development on both UI and C++ back-end.

Skills

Programming languages

Java, C++, Javascript, Python, Unix shell (and bits of Haskell, Ruby, Elm, PHP, etc.).

Front-end technologies

Android, HTML, CSS, Javascript, GWT.

Databases

Oracle, PL/SQL, MySQL, SQLite.

Frameworks, techniques and others

Git, Continuous Integration, Puppet, Gradle, Spring Framework.

Education

Engineer’s Degree from ENSIMAG, Grenoble 2001 - 2004
Master’s Degree from UJF, Grenoble 2003 - 2004

Computer science, applied mathematics.

Master’s thesis on use of haptic devices for virtual reality interactions.