Within ReLyfe, Matthieu Chavigny's mission, in his capacity as Lead front-end developer, is clear: he is in charge of implementing a React.js (TypeScript & hooks)/Redux/Saga architecture for the PassCare web application, with a monorepo (Lerna) shared with PassCare's React Native mobile application (available on Android and iOs).
Use of Material-ui, Firebase, Google Maps Api, Prismic multi-language. Review of merge requests, pair-programming in VS Code. Generation of a component library with Storybook. CI/CD Gitlab : ESLint, End-to-End tests (Cypress.io) and deployments on 3 environments. Error monitoring with Sentry and Datadog.
"What else?", as the other guy would say...
A chagrined mind may find this job definition a bit esoteric. Not at all! When you've fallen into the computer world at a very young age, like Matthieu Chavigny, it sounds almost like Victor Hugo. Moreover, knowing that the role of a web developer is to design a website from a graphic model drawn up by a graphic designer, everything becomes clear: "Damn! But that's... Of course!", the aforementioned mind will then mutter through its teeth, striking the palm of its right hand with its left fist.
Back to the future
Seduced by the product
In 2020, InnovHealth - as it was then called - contacted me. I was immediately seduced by the product and the service offered. The company is technically very advanced, at the cutting edge of practice in terms of technological development. To put it simply, I would say that my role is to oversee all the display codes: Jane Seneor designs the interface graphically and my team and I code it to make it usable on any medium. I bring to ReLyfe, therefore, my expertise as a developer, but also skills in team structuring and project management, acquired with the large communication groups and companies I have worked with."
Olives in Italy
When he feels the need to take a short break ("but never for too long, my job is my passion") Matthieu Chavigny goes to Italy to disconnect by picking olives - perfettamente signore! -usually in November; or, in contrast to his ordinary hobbies, he shapes some sharp blade, proud of his training as a cutler. Otherwise, as a modern husband and father, Matthieu shares the burden of the family's daily life with his wife ("50/50") and looks after a one-year-old Victoire, for whose beautiful eyes he has put sport on hold. For the anecdote, let's mention that Victoire already has an iPhone baby, just to prepare herself a little...