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I'm Antoine Pietri, a software engineer living in Paris. I graduated from the french computer science school EPITA. I have various interests like programming, algorithms, languages and language theory, networks, tooling, and building cool abstractions.

I like programming, mostly in Python, C++ and C. You can find my resume here.


Software Heritage

I'm working as a Software Engineer on the Software Heritage project at Inria on large-scale analysis of the source code available in the Software heritage archive, under the supervision of Roberto di Cosmo and Stefano Zacchiroli.


I was previously working as a Research Student on the C++ finite state machine framework Vcsn in the LRDE laboratory, under the supervision of Akim Demaille and with help from Jacques Sakarovitch, where I worked on:


I have been an organizer of the French national programming contest Prologin since 2011. I was the president of the organization in 2014, and I now mostly work on the technical aspects of the contest.

I worked on a lot of really interesting projects there, with my fellow organizers Alexandre Macabies, Pierre Bourdon, Rémi Audebert and countless others:

I wrote algorithmic exercises and written subjects for the contest, some of them with Jill-Jênn. You can find the most interesting ones here (in French):

I also created the tournament games of the finals in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

tech skillz (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

This is a non-exhaustive list of technologies and stuff I like to use.

random projects ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Here are some of the ones worth mentioning (some of them are school projects that grew out of hand):

In real FOSS projects, I never found the time to actually do more work than hanging around on their IRC channels, fixing some bugs and giving my uninformed opinions on everything. You might stumble upon some of my minor contributions in projects I love, like CPython, BitlBee or WeeChat, but that's about it.

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