Wajdi Ben Rabah is a computer engineer specializing in mobile technologies (native and hybrid) and parallel realities. He has published articles around these subjects either on blogs or in print magazines. He was also a speaker at many international events. His main goal is to push the digital world forward via contributions on open source projects or via training sessions, workshops, conferences and meetups.
I was talking about past experience in the MixIt conference. I talked about Tango, Hololens, ARCore, ARKit and the difference between each technology. The event's link could be found here.
Talking about ARCore, ARKit and how to make an augmented simple scene from scratch.
Event link: here.
Presenting ARCore and the interaction in parallel worlds using Android. Event can be found here.
An article about Google ARCore and how to build your first project for Android. Magazine can be found here.
Writing the first book to help creating VR experience from scartch. It was a best seller for some days. You can find it here.
Presenting interaction in parallel worlds using Android. Event can be found here.
Contribution to translate Google's website angular.io and tutorials on Angular2. Project can be found here.
An article about Virtual reality with android (Android et Cardboard as supports). Can be found here.
Speaker at the Google DevFest conference: Getting started with VR for mobile with Cardboard. Sliders can be found here.
Create your first VR app in french language. Can be found here.
Article : Create your first mobile cross platform app in french language. Can be found here .
Android and virtual reality workshop at Orange group (TV broadcast in Tunisia). The replay can be found here.
I've been working with multiple companies like Orange, Sfeir, Twitter and many others. I was, in the most of times, a mobile specialist (with a little experience in other fields like java and web).
Software engineer at JCDecaux. I have been working on many mobile apps with JCDecaux. Some of them are for public use and other ones are for professional partners. I have also been working on java/kotlin back-office with a great team.
Software engineer at DocapostFast. I have been working on Java solution called Parapheur Portal. After that I have been in charge of an iOS app called Parapheur and two Android app : Fast-Parapheur and Fast-Elus.
I was in charge of the entire development of the hybrid app Paravecmoi (Android and iOS). The website can be found here.
Software engineer at SFEIR. I've been working on an internal mobile solution and on another C# project for a customer. I'm now in a mission for DocapostFast.
Realization of Orange's official Appshop in Android. I've developed the front website, the back-office and the entire Android app.
I have multiple degrees in software development, mobile engineering and multimedia (AR/VR and 3D).
Master degree in interactive multimedia. I've learned design basis and more about web design and mobile development. I was in charge of five projects with multiple companies like Twitter or City of science in Paris.
In those three years, i've learned in depth many development languages and technics. I've also learned management and entrepreneurship for creative projects and different teams size. The last year was all about multimedia, 3D and parallel realities.
In those three years i've learned the basis of computer science, software development and agile methodologies. I've also learned about management and algorithm to treat complex problems.
I have been working with many partners and here is some of them:
Today, we are assisting with the flourish of Virtual Reality (VR). I've wrote a book to guide people to create VR experience from scratch.Read More
This article will guide you to make your first VR app using android and Unity 3D. This article is written in French language.Read More
This article will guide you to make your first hybrid app using Apache Cordova/Phonegap. This article is written in French language.Read More