Hello! I am Jérôme Sadou, an independent Applications Developer. I have been a developer since 2000, first in France working as a software engineer on real time applications in Java and C++ for Sonar system and moved to the Web plateform around 2002.

Since 2006 I have been living in Japan where I worked during 3 years at Samurai Factory, a Japanese web company who produces services (the Ninja tools) for its more than million users base. From February 2010 to 2015 I have been working as a freelancer first mainly with the Tokyo based multimedia agency UltraSuperNew until 2013 and with the design office AQ. I’ve also worked on independent projects for individuals, companies, local government or NPOs.

From March 2013 to March 2014, I worked also part time for the government of Tottori Prefecture in Japan to help them to promote eco-tourism and the International Ecotourism Conference that was organized.

From February 2015 to Mars 2016 I was an employee of Business Bank Group working on an ERP software, All-In.

Since March 2016 I resumed my freelance activity and I am currently mainly working for NPO Gadago and AQ

My office is based in Miyzaki prefecture but I can work pretty much from anywhere as long as I have an internet connection.

I can work in French, English and Japanese. My work covers these plateforms:

  • Web, back-end and front-end. I am an engineer with a taste for design.
  • iPhone / Android Web Apps. (Native Apps. also in some cases)

When needed I collaborate with talended designers, artists or even other developers from my network based in Japan or Europe to help me in fields where I am not a specialist.

In my spare time I am a triathlete who tries to surf, you can read more about that on my personal blog at JeromeSadou.com. I am also a gentleman farmer interested in permaculture and natural farming.





On the move (T-Site in Daikanyama, Tokyo).