Dear anonymous visitor

My name is Olivier Giulieri (username Evoluteur).

I live in the San Francisco Bay Area with my lovely cat Neige. I work in Tech. I'm French.

I hope you will find this web site a more fun and personal way to meet me than my LinkedIn and GitHub profiles.

I'm currently looking for a job.


I like to code (mostly Javascript and CSS, sometimes SQL). It started as a hobby, it became my profession. I usually build user interfaces for startups.

Below are a few experiments and side projets of mine.

These projects are open-source on GitHub. As they got stars and forks, a network emerged, so I made another little project to visualize it.

I am passionate about model-driven architecture (usually found in no-code/low-code platforms, code generators, and complex data visualizations), and more specifically model-driven UIs.

Working on a model-driven project is basically doing the automation of my own work. I find it especially rewarding because it helps me better understand structures and patterns in UX, in code, and in my own thinking.

Naturally, for many years, my biggest side project was a model-driven framework (front and back ends) to build applications with models rather than code. It generates all UI views (list, cards, edit, browse, dashboard...) and API end-points to display and mutate objects of different data structures based on a single model. I called it Evolutility, which in Biology, means "the ability to change form, volume, and structure as a result of nutrition". TLTR, my thoughts on the topic.

My favorite quote about programming is: "Smart data structures and dumb code works a lot better than the other way around." - Eric S. Raymond.


I like to look at fractals (where Math becomes visual art) and think about their strange properties like self-similarity and non-integer dimensions.

I also like visual art made by humans... and it often contains fractals or the golden ratio.

I don't paint, but I occasionally do fun and artsy things like making book carvings or chakra balancing jewelries.

For a while I was growing a handlebar mustache to simply look like an artist.

My favorite game is the game of Go. I mostly play online against AIs. With very few rules, and a lot of possible moves each turn, Go is more of an art than a calculation game (which made it the textbook challenge of computer science until AlphaGo). Also, because you can win by "building" more territory than your opponent, it doesn't have to be as aggressive as Chess.

I like to cook (and eat), especially desserts. My specialties are crèmes brûlées, pear cream tart, and madeleines.

I enjoy tweaking recipes by changing ingredients or quantities. My most extreme makeover was going from the classic sweet madeleines to salty madeleines with duck prosciutto.

I'm learning to make cannelés. My first batches already taste really good, but it may take a few more trials before I can get them perfectly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It's quite a challenge.

Graphic Novels

I like to read and collect graphic novels, mostly sci-fi and fantasy, usually in French.

... and sometimes in English.


I like to watch sci-fi movies and anime but I do not own a TV.

Of course, I also enjoy French movies.


I like to meditate. It keeps me sane.

I'm also (very slowly) learning to play the handpan and using tuning forks or my computer to experimenting with healing frequencies.

Try something fun
and different today!
See in Braille.
Check your numerology numbers and their meaning.

Maybe treat yourself with some of my favorite european graphic novels (now available in English at Amazon).