About me

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I'm a proud husband and father who used to write short stories, then scientific papers, and who now strive to tell the most amazing stories to his son. This often ends up with an fake-exasperated "Ahhhhhh Papa....".

During the day, I am also CTO at Resulto, a result-oriented and bootstrapped startup that specializes in highly reliable and customizable software systems.

Prior to that, I was a team leader and devops at auto123.com where I built the architecture of a web platform that could support hundreds of car dealership websites and applications.

To achieve self-actualization, I completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of Prof. Martin Robillard at the School of Computer Science at McGill University in Montréal. The self-actualization part was a joke.

During four years, I had the chance to be a research intern at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center where I mostly worked with Harold Ossher. These were fantastic years, and I truly miss that time!

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

Today, my interests are related to distributed computing, software architecture and team management. During the night and weekend, I am active on a few 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.