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Hello, my name is Romain, I am a developer from France. I graduated a renowned French Engineering school where I followed a general background. That means I can develop your website, design your nuclear plant as well as fix your car. My greatest strength is my adaptability. Having studied a broad amount of fields, combined with my curiosity and open mind gives me the ability to master anything new in a short amount of time. If we work together, before anything I will make sure that I understand your problem, and you understand my solution. I have a solid professional experience as a Java developer as I worked for 2 years in a big French company on major projects (more details below), but am also familiar with web development that I enjoy doing on my free time. I speak English fluently, and have conversational proficiency in Spanish and Japanese. Hoping to hear from you soon!
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Java Software Developer

Aug 2015 - Jun 2017 (1 year)

I worked as a software developer on two big projects for French healthcare organisation, CNAMTS. The first one was a new "from scratch" project, which consisted in setting up a complex and secure payment chain, so that French people could pay their debts to the CNAMTS via a web interface. The second project was the maintenance (bug correction and evolution implementation) of an application for ambulance transport monitoring

Education

Engineer's degree - Information Systems

2012 - 2015 (3 years)

Qualifications

IELTS - 7.5/9 (2015)

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Certification obtained in 2015 as part of my French engineering degree course.

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