I’ve been programming since 2004 and I got my master degree in software engineering in 2015. I worked as a research assistant at “He-arc Ingénierie” until 2018. I'm now working as a Research and Development Engineer at Idiap. With my work, I have the opportunity to play with some cutting edge technologies, like Pytorch, Tensorflow and Spark.
I'm currently toying with Rust for my new projects, and I really like this language.
noabspath Detect hard-coded absolute paths in your codebases. I created this project because I work with people who like to write absolute paths everywhere and unfortunately they rarely ship their computer with their code. This project is written in Rust.
The main goal of WeNet is to develop the culture, science and engineering methodologies, algorithms, social interaction protocols for an online platform that will empower machine mediated diversity-aware interactions between people.
All my other projects not mentionned before are trash, but I don't want to delete them. please don't explore my garbage.
Feel free to contact me: William Droz firstname.lastname@example.org