Web developer / VenexiaGustosa
From Jan 2019 to Mar 2019 I developed as freelance an Umbraco Cloud based web application (ASP.NET MVC) to present VenexiaGustosa, a brand new venetian company. This is a rather simple website but with extensibility in mind: soon I’ll be working to plug an e-commerce section.
Full-stack developer / Gluglug
From Jan 2018 to Sep 2018 I developed, as independent freelance, a mobile application together with a backoffice web-app. The application is for both Android and iOS device and it is developed in Ionic (Angular & Cordova), in order to be cross-platform and maintain only a single codebase. The mobile app allows the user to choose his photos from social networks or phone gallery and edit them, in order to compose a set of images that will later be printed and delivered by the company. The app is available in the markets
The backoffice is a private Angular-based application used to manage products, orders, users, mobile app globalization, email templates and other business logic such as, for example, constraints on specific dates or products. Some screenshot of this app are visible below.
Frontend developer / adam|factory
From Aug 2016 to Dec 2017 I worked part time in a small business near my university in Venice while completing my bachelor degree in CS. I collaborated with experienced developers with strong knowledge of software design principle, application life-cycle management, customers managing and consulting. They taught me much, and I have to thank Davide & Mirco for having always motivated me to improve myself!
In adam|factory we were used to work with both Agile SCRUM sprints and (spare times) Kanban methodologies. Visual Studio Team Services was the principal tool for work and code management, together with Git.
University of Pisa - Italy
I’m currently involved finishing my master degree in Computer Science in Pisa, following as curriculum Solution Architect.
Ca’ Foscari University, Venice - Italy
I got my bachelor degree in Computer Science in Venice. My final grade is 101 over 110, and my final thesis is a web application requested from the university itself to manage students internships. It has been developed with a MEAN architecture (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular and Node). Source code is available on GitHub.