This blog essentially treat of Web development, Vala programming for GNOME and some day-to-day tools for academics.

Although I started with the Kohana framework and Flask, my work quickly dwelved into Vala where I try to create an ecosystem of libraries to support modern Web development. You can read more about all this under the Valum category.

I am also a passionate of free software (like in free beer!). Most of my work is licensed under the LGPLv3.

Fun fact: my username is a slight modification of the goddess of hunt, Artemis.

If you would like to reach me, I have an email address which can be accessed in the left column. If you have to send sensitive information, you may use GnuPG along with my public key which fingerprint is as follow:

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Presently, I work as a Bioinformatics Analyst at the Michael Smith Laboratories at UBC with Paul Pavlidis. In 2021, I graduated in Computer Science at Université de Montréal and worked at IRIC under François Major. You might want to take a look at my résumé.

I also offer tailored technical and scientific consulting services covering a broad range of topics in bioinformatics, computer science and mathematical modelling. Learn more about all this in the consulting section.