I am John Thiriet, a developer that had been mainly working with the Microsoft ecosystem since 2007. I am based in the wonderful city of Paris in France. I like chinese culture, learning languages, science-fiction books, adventure or role playing video games, music, travels, having a walk in nature…
Fond of mobile development since it has all started, I have seen the opportunity to reuse my .NET skills when Windows Phone was released. I have worked on a lot of mobile applications for this platform before I went on with native iOS and Android development using Xamarin as a primary tool.
My experience does not stop on mobile though as I have been developing web services and APIs, SQL Stored Procedures, web applications, desktop applications or even video games in the past using various languages and technologies :
- C# (ASP.NET MVC, WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, WinRT)
- C++ (At school mainly)
- PHP (Pre-2010)
Adhering to the ideas of software craftsmanship, I am continuously sharing my knowledge and looking for improving my skills. I have done and/or took part in a lot of talks, blog posts or publications.
My idea of a good software
I consider that a piece of software must not only be functional but, more importantly, it should be fast, responsive and easy to use.
Therefore here is what I try to achieve everytime I write or help others write code :
- Clean a readable code
- Optimized and performant code
- Fast and responsive application
- Flexible architecture
- SOLID principles applied
- Happy users !
My various contributions have been recognized by Microsoft and Xamarin. I was recognized as a Microsoft MVP from 2013 to 2020 and a Xamarin MVP from 2016 to its end.
I often get asked for a full bio and photos for conferences. If you need them simply head to my Biography page.
About this site
Previously, I was using Wordpress for this blog. The version you are now using is entirely static and generated with Jekyll. It enables a better loading performance, less security issues and more importantly, this website source code is now on github which leads to a better control on the site versions.
Interested about the licence applied for the code in this site ? The Licence is for you.
If you have questions or just wish to have a chat, sending me PM on Twitter or LinkedIn are the most efficient means :