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To satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software, is it not?


  • Design, develop, deploy and optimize business, data or intelligent apps
  • Produce readable and maintainable code following established recipes, respecting the DRY, KISS and SOLID principles and being guided by the foundations of the CLEAN architecture
  • Develop and execute various test strategies (unit, integration, functional) in order to control and ensure the quality of the code
  • Organize and manage the code so as to support CI/CD
  • Document technical components developed
  • Contribute to writing product backlogs and planning the evolution of apps
  • Participate in bug fix and code review, improvement and refactoring


  • Realize that today’s work is always better than yesterday’s but worse than tomorrow’s
  • Prefer the satisfaction of teamwork over personal gratification
  • Find the right balance between passion and reason, curiosity and timeline and conviction and flexibility
  • Assume that despite the monotony, developing unit tests remains an important activity
  • Beat Jon Skeet’s reputation on Stack Overflow
« Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand. »
Martin Fowler

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