Fanny is a female C++ engineer. Specialized in the fields of vision, image and multimedia, she has created several graphical interfaces with the Qt framework before expanding her field of action. Fanny presents her job and explains why she joined AViSTO.
Become a C++ engineer
Q: How did you become a C++ engineer?
Fanny: After the BAC, I went to the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, specialty math-chemistry. That’s where I discovered programming and it interested me a lot; so, after 6 months, I went on a computer license. Following these 2 years, I continued my training at Polytech Nice-Sophia, which offered a curriculum in computer science. For 1.5 years, I took “generalist” courses, before choosing the specialty vision, image and multimedia. I did my last year working at the same time in a company producing 3D software for image processing, architecture and so on. Then, a few months after graduation, I joined AViSTO.
Q: Can you please describe your job?
Fanny: My first two years at AViSTO, I developed a lot in C ++ with the Qt framework. Qt is an object-oriented API that offers everything you need. I used it to create graphical interfaces. In my project, I was quite free: our client presented us his need, we then made proposals. I realized the interfaces from icons or images found on the Internet; in general, I like “tinkering” in Photoshop. There is an artistic side in the graphical interface, that’s what I like a lot.
And since about a year, I work on elements around the graphical interface, especially in the network domain.
Q: What do you like about your job as a C ++ programmer?
Fanny: In addition to computing itself, I like…