About me

I discovered LabVIEW during my engineering school years, but little did I know that I would be using it on a daily basis for the next 8 years, as I was hired at National Instruments France right after my graduation. This first experience gave me the opportunity to gain priceless knowledge, supporting and training customers, offering them advanced professional services, managing  people and projects, and working closely with the sales and marketing departments. I was given the chance to participate in various exciting projects focusing on embedded and HIL systems.

In 2017, I was offered the great opportunity to join Neosoft Technologies, a software and electronics company located in Montreal, QC. I was able to work with a team of passionate and skillful engineers, and helped to provide quality solutions for a variety of test & measurement systems. 

Since 2018, I have drifted away from the "NI" world when I took the position of IoT Engineer at Smart Traffik in Lyon, France. I have been able to learn a whole new skill set, around Python and embedded development (C/C++), DevOps tasks and product management. It was a great step toward opening to new horizons, and led me to reflect on many things that I used to (or was not used to!) do in my LabVIEW life.

I am a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA), Certified LabVIEW Embedded Systems Developer (CLED), and Certified LabWindows/CVI Developer (CCVID). I also develop in Python, C/C++, C# or Kotlin, always with Object-Oriented principles and paradigms in mind. This sometimes enables interesting comparisons and thoughts that live on this blog.

I really hope you will enjoy this blog. Please take a moment to leave a note in the comment section—I am sure you've got plenty of interesting things to share, too!

--Eric