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Portrait of myself

Bonjour / Hi. Thomas here. I’m a software developer living in Montreal, Canada. I'm a great enthusiast of functional programming. Constantly learning and exploring ways to get better understanding of functional paradigms, I try to leverage them to solve meaningful business problems.

On the side you'll find me taking pictures and nursing my plants. I also took a photo of a bear that became famous on Unsplash and was published. You can learn a bit more about me reading this article from the Unsplash blog.

I'm currently working with the folks at Unsplash and create the future of open photography. Formely at Crew, Automat.

thmslbvr@gmail.com

👇Projects

covid-lol-qc2021

perso

Some of us here in QC, Canada think our premier can make questionable decisions over the pandemic. I thought we could all use a good laugh while we're all stuck at home. Spoiler: it's in french.

/ai-assistant2020

perso

Experimenting with canvas and SVG animations. Configure your own AI assistant's avatar.

unsplash.com2020 - *

currentpro

The internet’s source of freely-usable images. Powered by creators everywhere. Acquired by Getty.

automat.ai2017 - 2020

pro

Design your conversational marketing bot and deploy it on platforms such as Facebook Messenger and Slack.

crew.co2014 - 2017

pro

Crew was a digital marketplace that's matching project owners and freelancers together. Acquired by Dribbble.

howmuchtomakeanapp.com2016

pro

Find out in less than a minute how much costs a mobile app to make. HMTMAA was build around the idea of giving the ability of estimating a project before submitting it to any agency. It was based on the current market's estimations used at Crew.

👇Blog posts

unsplash.com/blog/user-defined-type-guards-not-safe2021

Learn why user-defined type guards can't be unsafe and how to write safer ones.

unsplash.com/blog/organizing-typescript-modules2021

TypeScript supports different ways of importing values into another module. One of the way we're going to talk about here is the "namespace import" syntax.

Read all of Unsplash's development team posts