Maxime: Hi, I’m a R&D Engineer in the core team.
Maxime: The core team is in charge of developing our flagship product GreyCat and the tooling associated to it.
Maxime: Mainly TypeScript because a huge part of the tooling is targetting the Web, but also C and Rust.
Maxime: The diversity of the tasks is the cool thing about the core team. I can be working on GreyCat in the morning, in C, and then in the afternoon switch to a React component in TypeScript.
Maxime: I'd say relaxed.
Maxime: I’d say my current position did. The stakes are high when you decide to be a part of the creation of a new database (GreyCat), so you gotta step-up in many different fields. It is demanding and enlightening at the same time.
Maxime: Living in France, I’m the only guy in DataThings working 100% remotely. So home office it is.
Maxime: I come from “Charente-Maritime” a south-west region in France. Same as our CTO at DataThings (François Fouquet).
Maxime: I have a DUT in Génie Logiciel, then moved on to acquire a Master in the same field. Then joined a research team in Rennes (Diverse, INRIA) that is also specialized in languages and modeling. Basically been doing modeling in IT all my uni years.
Maxime: Undoubtedly sea.
Maxime: I don’t play table soccer that much.
Maxime: Video games and coding
Maxime: I’ve been working closely with François Fouquet (DataThings’ CTO) since his thesis work back in 2013. Almost 10 years now. Yay. Even though I was working on other European Projects for 5 years prior to joining DT, I’ve always kept in touch with François & Gregory and that’s why I’m here today.
Maxime: If you want to integrate a company that tries to change the way people interact with big data, then DataThings is a very good pick. Come join us.
Maxime: A bar. You need to walk to it, and then relax.