Thank you for visiting my web site! Here are some quick facts about me:


Until recently, I was a team leader and devops at auto123.com where I built the architecture of a web platform supporting more than 50 car dealership websites and applications.

I completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of Prof. Martin Robillard at the School of Computer Science at McGill University in Montréal.

I was a part-time researcher at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center for four years where I mostly worked with Harold Ossher.

My research and technical interests included framework documentation and evolution: see my publications or my ACM Author Page.

Today, my interests are related to devops, software architecture and team management. I am active on a few important open source projects, which you can follow on my github profile page.

You can follow me on twitter or contact me at barthelemy at infobart dot com

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Technical Point of View: Tips, Tricks, Musing, and Rants

My Writings (in French): What to read in your leisure time.

My Wedding (in French): What a wonderful day!