Meet the team | Loïc
26 June 2020
Meet the team | Loïc
The goal of these articles is to introduce the members of our team.
Here is Loïc Bertin, Back End Developer Ruby on Rails, who joined Per Angusta 6 months ago as an intern!
Let’s start with a quick Chinese portrait!
If you were a dish?
If there’s cheese it’s a good start, if it’s a ‘tartiflette‘ it’s even better! 🧀
Norway. Mountains, trees and lakes as far as the eye can see, wild camping is allowed, a real little paradise 🇳🇴
A famous character?
Mike Horn, an outstanding explorer who continues to shape his legend, he is one of the people who inspires me the most!
A tool? 🛠
A backpack, the must-have to go on adventure! 🎒
What’s your last impulse purchase?
Running shoes! I feel like a child running faster again 👟
What did you do before joining Per Angusta?
I was (and still am) a student at 42-Lyon school, I am in Per Angusta for my mid-course internship, among other things.
What is your current role within the Tech Team?
I joined Per Angusta as a Back End Developer intern. My assignments are very varied. I’m working on adding or improving features on the Per Angusta application and more recently on our internal app: Panopticon. Sometimes I’m also dealing with Front-End and even security oriented issues.
Tell us about a project that you are particularly proud to have participated in Per Angusta?
I’ve been asked to work on a certain type of security breach. It was my first experience with this kind of issues and I have to admit that I have been seduced by both the theoretical and practical side. I think that this is a major subject and I am very proud to have been involved in this.
Why did you want to join Per Angusta?
Another student who had already done his internship at Per Angusta (Clément Creusot) gave me a very good feedbacks and first impression. In addition I had the feeling that there was a good cohesion within the team and I wanted to experience the ‘startup atmosphere‘ and DNA for a long time. Moreover, Jean-Michel Gigault, Head of technology and my supervisor, being a former student of 42-Paris I assumed that he would well understand my profile and expectations. 6 months later I can confirm it: I am thrilled with this internship!
Come on, you can tell us … 😉 what’s your hidden talent?
I know the locations, names and capitals of all the countries in the world (lockdown has probably something to do with it…).