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Mathieu Abou-Aichi

Fullstack developer and lead, prefers back-end dev

En télétravail depuis Paris

  • 48.8546
  • 2.34771
  • Tarif indicatif 722€ / jour
  • Expérience 2-7 ans
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Localisation et déplacement

Paris, France
Effectue ses missions majoritairement à distance


Durée de mission
  • entre 1 et 3 mois
  • entre 3 et 6 mois
  • ≥ 6 mois
Secteur d'activité
Préfèrerait éviter:
  • Agence & SSII
  • Banque & assurances
  • BTP & construction
  • Commerce de détail
  • Télécommunications
Taille d'entreprise
  • 2 - 10 personnes
  • 11 - 49 personnes
  • 50 - 249 personnes




  • Français

    Bilingue ou natif

  • Arabe


  • Anglais

    Bilingue ou natif


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Mathieu en quelques mots

Je suis développeur fullstack depuis 5 ans maintenant, je développe aussi bien en Java qu'en Javascript (front et back). J'aime travailler en mode Agile, discuter de problèmatiques d'architecture et les implémenter. Je m'intéresse également beaucoup à d'autres langages de programmation et frameworks (Ruby & Rails, Rust).
Je suis également contributeur open source, et core team member de JHipster où je suis lead sur le JDL depuis 2015.


RATP Smart Systems - RATP


Tech lead

Paris, France

juin 2020 - Aujourd'hui

Cadrage d'une application de type "backend for frontend", définition de l'architecture, développpement.

Société Générale - Société Générale

Banque & assurances

JS Team Lead, fullstack

Fontenay-sous-Bois, France

août 2018 - décembre 2019


I worked in one of the several "Fast-IT" departments, this one specializing in legal matters.
A Fast-IT consists in:
- making projects from scratch (getting the client's needs, establishing the initial project architecture, working with the UI/UX designer in iterations to propose a first draft of how the application will look like)
- working in an Agile mindset with the product owner and the users (more precisely: lean) to deliver added value every sprint (each sprint lasted one week)
- the goal was to deliver an MVP and then build new features based on that initial product

My main role there was to lead one of the teams (3 to 4 people composed the team). The project I worked on dealt with legal matter management. A legal matter is a legal issue (i.e the group can sue individuals, or people can sue the bank -- these are examples of legal issues).
My role consisted in:
- leading fellow developers by doing peer programming, code reviews, helping others when needed, encouraging others to own more of the code base by empowering them, etc.
- thinking of and challenging architectural design for existing and new applications
- being the "quality" watchman of the team through refactoring sessions, mob peer reviews, and mob programming

The company's then ongoing transition plan to improve the workflow for all legal matters was an occasion to deliver microservices (in NestJS) that were shared and available to the company's dev teams.

The stack: React, redux, NodeJS, express, NestJS, Postgres, docker, AWS, Openshift.

Being an open source developer and a JHipster core team member, I also spoke on behalf of SG in JHipster Conf 2019 about the transition to open source tools.


Agence & SSII

Fullstack Java & node engineer

Paris, France

juillet 2015 - janvier 2018

I had three clients during my non-internship time at Ippon Technologies.

Oct. 2016 to Jan. 2018: at Société Générale.
I was a JS developer in one of the company's Fast-IT.
A Fast-IT is a special department where projects are worked on in an Agile (lean) mindset, with iterations lasting one week each.

I had two roles there. The first one (approx. 9 months) was to contribute to a project used by the company's financial investment brokers. The project's goal was to simplify the brokers' work by providing:
- detailed ongoing and future meetings with investors
- info about each company involved in the bank debt/investments
- stats about these companies (break downs by country, region, etc.)

The stack: angular JS, loopback.

My other role was to be a member of the RUN team:
- maintaining legacy applications (i.e bug fixes and small improvements)
- leading the department effort on continuous improvements (best practises, metrics, tests, etc.)


Sept. 2015 - Oct. 2016: at Paris Turf.
I was a Java (and JavaEE + Spring) developer.
My work there comprised:
- contributing to the company's main back-end (bug fixing, implementing features)
- improving the company's webservices by adding logs and adding Swagger support
- migrating legacy JavaEE applications to Spring Boot, including migrating from old Java versions to the then LTS version.


The first client was Aldebaran (Aldebaran being the former name of Softbank Robotics) and my work consisted in improving the back-end implemented using Mule ESB.