Gilles Pelegrin

Gilles Pelegrin is a full-stack developer that loves to discuss any random IT topic and have a fun time while working together as a team.

Gilles Pelegrin is a Full stack developer at Wheelhouse


To get to know who we are and what kind of person we are, we ask a few questions. Here are the questions and answers of Gilles Pelegrin

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Do you like anime?

Yes, I like anime! I already watched 203 seasons of different animes.

Where will we find you on a Friday evening?

Friday is the day to call some friends and hang out. This can go from going to the pub or having a board game evening. Games like Carcassonne or Catan are the favorites at this moment.

Where do you like to travel?

Going to Japan is still on my bucket list. Exploring the culture and the different types of food. Of course, I watched too much anime so that is probably the reason why I’m looking forward to visiting it.
The trip is planned now, we hope that Corona won't rise again when we want to go.

What do you do when you’re not coding?

I like to cook/brew/bake anything which fascinates me. It started with brewing my own beer and from that point, it escalated. Not only do I like to drink something, but I like to eat something with it. That’s why I also started with making some Gouda cheese. So who knows what I will make in the future.

Which JavaScript framework do you prefer?

In the end, I don’t think it matters which framework you prefer. As long we create clean and readable code which easily is to debug then it should not matter. But if I had to choose I would go to Angular because this one I have the most experience with.

Latest recommendations

  1. Salt Fat Acid Heat

    Author: Samin Nosrat

    I want to have a better understanding of cooking. To make better food and to understand what I'm doing. This book is one of those that can help me in my adventure to make the perfect meal 😊

  2. Flyway

    Awesome tool to migrate your DB gradually.
    Perfect for creating a history of your schemas and all you need to know is some SQL.

  3. Everdell

    Boardgame Everdell

    This month I got this awesome board game from my girlfriend for my birthday.
    By finding unique and magical creatures you can build your own town. The game follows the seasons and after each season you got more workers to make your town even bigger. In the end, you should count all the points coupled with your town + coins you found on your path. I'm still learning to understand the small details of the game and of course the tactics.

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