As a software engineer at Rothesay in London, I’m building fast tools in Python and Rust to make other developers more productive. Before that, at Paxos, I was building a smart order router for crypto markets in Rust. Before that, I was part of the DDoS protection team at Cloudflare, using technologies like eBPF or Rust. I presented some of my work at the Linux Plumbers Conference 2020. Previously, I worked on non-intrusive performance analysis at the SnT, a lab part of the University of Luxembourg. More on my CV.

In my spare time, I enjoy writing and contributing to open-source programs. I also blog mainly about performance and tools I use (like NeoVim, Hugo or SQLite). Some of my writing made it to the front page of HackerNews or Lobsters, sparking fruitful discussions in the comments. See the blog roll for my curated selection of blogs.