Meet Loïc, our latest hire, who just joined our fullstack team in Shanghai.
My name is Loïc (with two dots on “i”) :D
I am a full-stack engineer originally from Lille, France, who now resides in Shanghai’s Jing’an district. My first language is French, and I also speak English, some Chinese, and a little Japanese.
Before joining Wiredcraft, I held the same position in Chongqing, China. I also have some teaching experience !
This job really excites me because I can get surrounded by talented people in multiple fields and using innovative technologies. In addition, I can work on meaningful projects that have an impact on people’s lives.
1. What are the three things you like about Wiredcraft? Or what attracted you to apply here?
The main point would undoubtedly be innovation. Being a part of a company like Wiredcraft that innovates with projects that have a vision and a sense of purpose is something that piques my interest greatly.
I also want to constantly improve and learn from people who are better than me and who can push me forward.
Furthermore, Wiredcraft is a company that fosters an open and welcoming environment.
All of these points led me to apply here, and without regret, I feel fulfilled in my career choice.
2. What’s the most adventurous experience you have had?
It may not seem like much, but when I was 24 years old, I flew to Hong-Kong and explored China from south to north with my backpack, 13 big cities in 1 month and a half.
It’s an experience with its share of adventures that will remain engraved in my memory.
3. What hobbies do you have?
Everything about technology! I enjoy building and breaking things, whether they are software or hardware.
To me, building simple electronics projects is like playing with LEGO!
I also enjoy vintage hardware and video game consoles. I occasionally find myself developing games for a platform that was released more than 30 years ago.
4. If there’s one thing you recommend everyone in the world to do, what would it be?
It would be to find something you are passionate about and invest yourself completely in that passion, even if it means taking risks.
5. What is the one thing you’ll hope you’ll do in your lifetime?
I would love to explore every corner of this world and learn about the different cultures.
6. What’s the most underestimated talent you have?
Cooking ! I enjoy learning to cook dishes that I cannot find in other countries, for example.