Ugo Onali

Front-End Engineer

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Technologies

HTML(5)

CSS(3)

React

TypeScript

GraphQL

Node.js

Find me

  • ugo.j.onali@gmail.com
  • https://github.com/ugogo/
  • https://www.linkedin.com/in/onaliugo/

Experiences

Senior Front-End Engineer @ Heetch

09/2016 - now (4y)Remote, Brussels, Paris...

During 4 years working with Heetch, we did it all.
React, GraphQL, TypeScript, Next.js... you name it.
I was lucky enough to be trusted as the first front-end in the company. For 2 years, I was the center of every web project.
In collaboration with product managers and designers, we prioritized features, made some tradeoffs, we needed to ship!
One of Heetch's core value is "make it happen", that's what we did.

After those 2 years, the team grew, and now count 6 awesome front-enders. I was promoted lead-engineer of our design-system: Flamingo which is used across all of our web products.

Front-End Engineer @ Mention

07/2016 - 09/2016 (3m)Paris, France

A short but interesting experience.
We had our differences, I decided to leave Mention a couple of months later, after working on the main webapp built in React.

Front-End Engineer @ Wisembly

10/2014 - 07/2016 (1y, 10m)Paris, France

It's at Wisembly where I did my first JS job.
We were developing two applications:

  • The first one was the Wisembly platform, a Backbone.js app with strong realtime and analytics features.
  • The second one was called "Solid". Made with Ember.js, it aimed to make meetings productive.

Front-End Engineer @ Tigerlily

10/2012 - 10/2014 (2y)Paris, France

Tigerlily was the first company I joined right after school.
We mainly used HTML and CSS to build Facebook apps.
I also started coding my first jQuery scripts (I know, I know).