Jean-Michel Picod

Every thing started when I learned electronics as a hobby after opening the case of my first computer, running a powerful Intel i386 at 20MHz: I was fascinated and I wanted to understand how this thing could work. And as far as I can remember, I was always trying to understand the things around me so it's probably no surprise that I became a reverse engineer!

I worked in different areas where my knowledge could be useful, with a particular interest when the projects could combine computer science and electronics: forensics, penetration testing, malware analysis, software defined radio, RFID/NFC, and so on.

More recently, I started trying to get better at photography and capture the wonderful landscapes that I'm seeing during my travels around the globe.