Remi Martel
Montreal, Canada · (514)969-7364 ·

My name is Remi Martel, I am a software engineering student at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). I am interested in web programming, game development and DevOps. I currently work part-time remotely for Nightborn a Digital Application Agency based in Brussels, Belgium as a back-end programmer in Dotnet Core and Node.Js.

To this day, I have worked at UQAM, at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and at Les Pros de la Photo in Montreal. At the CSA I learned how to work with the Unity engine and AR tech. I implemented voice and gesture commands for the International Space Station simulator on Microsoft's Hololens. In my other work experiences, I have mostly used C# and the ASP.NET core framework to do web development.

Each year, I like to volunteer at various video game-related events. Since 2016, I have been the LAN director at Otakuthon where I manage a team of volunteers and organize every aspect of the LAN gaming department. After starting at Otakuthon, I also started volunteering for Dreamhack Montreal and LAN ETS. For both events, I help set up the various installations before and I am part of the tech support crew during them. I also started helping with the logistics department for Dreamhack.

In 2018, I successfully received my technical DEC in computer science from Champlain College Saint-Lambert. I then started university by studying software engineering at ETS. A year later, I realized that the ETS's program wasn't technical enough for me, so I changed to the software and computer engineering program offered by UQAM. Currently, I should be graduating in May 2022.

Back-end developper
Nightborn, digital application agency - Brussels, Belgium
  • Worked on various Dotnet Core and Node.Js projects.
  • Implemented Dotnet core unit tests.
Feb. 2021 - Present
Junior Programming Analyst
Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM) - Montreal
  • Worked on remaking a VB script application in an ASP.Net Core web application with C# and razor.
  • Made the whole application myself including the front end and backend including a unit testing layer and a modular data access layer to be reused in future .Net Core applications.
  • Did some DevOps by deploying the app using Docker, Jenkins, and Kubernetes (K8s) into a CI/CD pipeline.
Aug. - Jan. 2020
Software Engineering Intern
Canadian Space Agency - Saint-Hubert
  • Develop a simulator of the ISS for Microsoft’s HoloLens using Unity
  • Implement an AMQP interface to animate a model of the ISS based on information from another simulator
  • Develop a test bench for the AMQP interface
Jan. - Apr. 2019
Programmer Analyst junior
Les Pros de la Photo - Montreal
  • Develop new modules for the CMS (Umbraco)
  • Maintain and add different pages on websites
  • Test code quality
Jan. - Aug. 2018
LAN director & web dev team member
Otakuthon, annual anime and japanese culture convention at Palais des congrès, Montreal
  • Lead a team of volunteers to accomplish various tasks
  • Manage the inventory, setup and teardown of the LAN gaming department
2016 - Present
Bac. In Software and Computer Engineering
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and École de technologie supérieure (ETS)

Université du Québec, Montreal

  • Japanese course 1
  • Intro to cybersecurity
  • Computer Graphics
  • UI
Sept. 2018 – Present
DEC in Computer Science technology
Computer Science – Legacy to Mobile

Champlain College Saint-Lambert, Québec

  • Honor letter for keeping my grades above 80% throughout my last two semesters