Guillaume Jounel

en ~ fr Looking for a Six-Month Software Engineer Graduate Internship (February - July 2019)

Hi! I'm Guillaume.

I'll graduate from the University of Technology of Compiegne1 next year with a Master in Computer Science and Engineering degree. I'm currently doing an exchange semester at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I consider myself as a fast-learner, creative, sharp-eyed and self-challenging person, passionate about new technologies making the world a better place.

I am currently looking for a six-month internship as a Software Engineer and I would be pleased to hone my skills in related fields such as Natural Language Processing and Data Mining.

Below are some exciting projects or experiments I have done and inspirations I would like to share with you.

Please feel free to contact me, check out my GitHub, my resume and have a nice day! :)

Driving School website
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A fake driving school website fully coded from scratch for academic purpose. Page names were imposed.

Academic projectHTML/CSSPHPMySQLGoogle Charts

Facebook Graph API
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I've developed a lot of fun and innovative experiments on Facebook, directly interacting with people.

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The Nature of Code
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Simulate nature. A beautiful challenge took by Daniel Shiffman through this book, using coding as a mean of artistic expression.

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Projects Throwback
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Let me share with you cool and funny things I've built since college, from my first "Hello World!" to now.

Personal projectStudent projectInternshipCodingExperiments

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Thank you very much for your interest. Do not hesitate to contact me if you want any further information. 🙂

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I'm still working on cool stuff I'll share with you in the coming weeks. Stay tunned! 😜

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Facebook Graph API

Graph API is a powerful API available from Facebook, alowing anybody to easily interact with the social network through programmation (navigate, post...). Below are a few realizations I did:

Facebook Page Manager Based on Hashtags

It's a script I developed when I was in high school, that can be regularly executed (every hour for example). Thus, every hour, the script stores each new publication by fans on a Facebook page, classifying them according to their potential hashtags. Rules can be defined such as 'the Facebook page publish the most liked fan publication with the hashtag #PhotoContest since last week at 8pm', which makes possible to automatically organize a photo contest on a Facebook page (the photo can be published with a watermark as well as a information such as 'Publication suggested by XXX'). Other rules can be used, for instance, publishing the publications with the most popular hashtags (inspired by the Twitter trends). This makes it possible to manage a collaborative Facebook page which animation is based on fan publications. At that time, I didn't have GitHub so I haven't published my code, but do not hesitate to contact me if you're interested in it and if you would like to include it in your Facebook page.

Facebook Group Data Analysis

Thanks to Graph API, I managed to download all data from my University's Facebook group, that's almost 100Mb. I have computed a few statistics on it, such as the number of publications, the most used words and the most popular publications, but I'll probably do a more sophisticated data processing in the following months.

A Homework Remainder Bot.

In high school, I developed a Facebook bot named 'Chuck Nauriss', who was used to automatically publish everyday on my class Facebook group the homeworks to do for the next day. Thanks to a simple collaborative web interface, anybody could look at the homeworks, mark them as done and also add new homeworks.

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