I am used to define myself as a flexible code artist and polyglot developer.
Flexible because I’m good at working on any type of project, regardless of language, tools, frameworks and technologies. I love challenges and more generally when I am faced with tasks and problems I have no idea on how to solve upfront.
Code Artist because I love writing beautiful code which speaks by itself.
Polyglot Developer because I like learning new languages and doing things in different ways. During my professional experience I’ve worked with over a dozen languages (
python just to name a few).
I am available for short and long term projects.
Recently I’ve been focusing more on:
- iOS and
- Android and
- Meteor and
- Node.js and
but I have also worked with:
- Winforms and
- ASP.NET MVC and
- JEE and
- MFC and
and even more…
If you want to get in touch:
I started writing code on a Commodore Vic20, in BASIC and 6502 Assembler, about 30 years ago.
Since then I made of self learning the most important skill in what was just a hobby first, and my regular job later.
Writing code became a profession in 1997, when I was hired by Ksolutions (formerly Aleph, and even formerly Alsoft), in the beautiful city of Pisa, to work mostly on mobile services (
WAP), using technologies like
Oracle and more.
In 2003 I left Pisa for Brescia, to start a new adventure at AG Team, which lasted one year only though.
At that point I realized that I wanted to try something different, hence my decision to work on my own, from home, at my pace, and focusing on things I liked more. So I started my career as freelancer. And this is what I’ve been doing since then, even after moving to Poland, not far from its most fascinating city: Krakow.