Olivier Pons is a senior developer who’s been building websites for many years.
He’s a teacher at the University of Sciences (IUT) of Aix-en-Provence, France, Institut Supérieur de l’Électronique et du Numérique (ISEN), G4 Marseille, and the Centre d’Études Supérieures en Informatique (CESI) of Aix en Provence and Grenoble, where he teaches state-of-the-art web techniques: Node.js, big data/NoSQL, MVC fundamentals, Django/Python, Symfony basics, WordPress, PHP, HTML, CSS, jQuery/jQuery mobile, AngularJS,
Apache, Linux basics, and advanced VIM techniques.
He also does some technical reviews for Packtlib. The latest ones are “Learning ExtJS”, “ExtJS 4 First Look”, “jQuery hotshots”, “jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials”, “WordPress 4 Complete”, and “jQuery 2.0 for Designers Beginner’s Guide” among others.
In 2011, he left a full-time job as a Delphi developer and PHP expert to concentrate on his own company, HQF Development (http://hqf.fr). He currently runs a number of websites, including http://krystallopolis.fr, http://www.cogofly.com, http://www.papdevis.fr, and http://www.olivierpons.com, his own web development blog where he has more than 1000 visits/day. He’s currently making Ergofip, the geek’s keyboard for everyone here http://www.ergofip.com.
He works as a consultant, teacher, and project manager and sometimes helps big companies as a senior/highly skilled developer.