Life is short, and nights are boring.
- Open source apps contributions 2020 During long nights I contribute to open source apps I like to use. It may be for example Nearby Weather or Amaroq.
- Baah Box (fun for health) 2019 - 2020 Sometimes adults and children need to train their muscles before getting an arm prothesis or to recover plain control of their injuried limbs. Existing training solutions are expensive or not fun at all. Baah Box is a project where a DIY box is connected to sensors or joysticks, used by patients, and is appeared to mobile apps. They provide games and bring fun during those hard moments of training. Worked on Android and iOS apps and tools (for configuration as code, legal notices in Swift and Gradle, headers of sources in Swift).
- Tips'n'tools (tech watch) 2016 - 2020 Created a cache-like system based on a spreadsheet and scripts to avoid to make always the same searches, and share content with my colleagues. It provides clients (Shell script and Progressive Web App) to list and find faster interesting references, tools, devices and specifications. Project hosted on GitHub.
- Tapster robot (automation) 2016 - 2018 Worked on a robot created for automation and mobile apps testing purposes. It may be included in DevOps processes so as to improve quality of softwares and tests. Bug fixes were brought, and software clients (Android, assistant, Python, Robot Framework, web app) have been implemented to use the robot.
- Smooth Clicker (app) 2016 Android app for rooted devices allowing the user to define points to click on its screen so as to automate tasks or to cheat on games. The app has reached an audience between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads, and is hosted on the store. The sources are available on GitHub.