Who I am
Freelance Mobile Developer from Pisa (ITALY)
I’m a young mobile developer that is constantly looking for challenges and new technologies. I’m looking for a work place where I can constantly learn new skills and continue to grow as a developer. I am comfortable working as a team and work well under stress. I have a go-getter attitude that drives me to always do my best and never give up.
I believe in free software principles and in respect of others. I hope to find a job that will help and improve lives of billions of people.
- Web interfaces
- REST APIs
As of 2014, I have been working as a Freelance Mobile Developer. I developed ad-hoc Android solutions upon client requests. I take great care over the course of the entire app life-cycle, from requirements analysis to debugging and deployment. I usually develop my products using Android native development. I've experienced and solved several common mobile issues such as async execution, power consumption and devices different form factors.
110/110 Cum Laudee
Thesis title: Hand gesture recognition in a multi-sensor wearable environment
Supervisor: Prof. Vincenzo Gervasi
Hand gestures play a fundamental role in human interaction. In this thesis we investigate if consumer-level wearable devices can be exploited to support hand gesture recognition. In particular we present a system comprising two wearable devices positioned on a user’s arm (an LG G Watch R and a Thalmic Myo). These two devices collect data from accelerometer sensors and electromyographic sensors. Readings was filtered, segmented and stored. We tested our system with ten different users with a gesture set composed by twelve gestures. Collected signals was used to build a recognizer and we evaluated the recognition accuracy of our model within different test cases.
- Advanced Algorithms
- Advanced Databases
- Advanced Programming
- Calculus Modeling
- Programming Languages Paradigms & Compilers
- Distributed Systems: Paradigms & Models
- Numerical Methods and Optimizations
- Mobile Networks
- Peer-to-peer Systems
- Design techniques: design patterns
- Support Decision Databases
110/110 Cum Laudee
Thesis title: Porting a framework for gestures recognition on Android platform
Supervisor: Prof. Antonio Cisternino
In this thesis we ported the GestIT library on Android platform. GestIT was available in C# and we adapted it to work with Android mobile devices. Furthermore, we developed an App to demonstrate GestIT features: Gesture Paint.
- Software Engineering
- Human Computer Interaction
- Computer Architecture
- Programming 1 (Imperative/Functional)
- Programming 2 (OOP)
- Operating Systems
- Programming Logic
- Data Bases
- Computer Networks
- Network Management
- Operational Research
- Calculability and Complexity
- Numerical analysis
- Artificial Intelligence
- Statistics and Probability
- Mathematical Analysis
- Mathematical Algebra
ITC A. Pacinotti - Pisa
I've followed High School Courses at ITC Pacinotti (Pisa). During my studies I've followed courses of business, economics and law. I've also followed computer science courses: programming introduction, operating systems, networking, etc.
What I know
Design & Project
What I love
From 2001, I’m a member of AGESCI, the local scout association. In particular, I’m a member of Pisa 4 scout group.
From 2001 to 2006 I’ve followed the boy scout program, and from 2006 to 2011 I’ve followed the rover scout program (venturing). Scouting represents a fundamental experience of my life. With boy scouts, I’ve discovered the importance of nature and I’ve learned to respect it. Scouting represented a fundamental activity even for character development and it taught me to assume my own responsibilities.
From 2011, I decided to offer my time to my association as a scout leader, I’ve taught scout techniques to young guys from 11 to 20 years old. I’ve completed the wood badge course, a scout leadership program, composed by three different camps (CFT, CFM, CFA). During these camps I’ve learned advanced communication and leadership skills, fundamental for my scout leader career.
From 2013, I’m a member of BitPrepared, a group of (mad) scout leaders with IT skills. We organize every year a scout camp for boy scouts (11-16) where we teach how computer science can improve scout techniques. Take a look at our software on GitHub.
I enjoy taking photos, in particular, still life or street photography photos. I’m just a newbie, my cam is a Nikon D3200. Take a look at my sets on 500px or Flickr.
I also like singing and playing acoustic guitar. I usually listen (and play) rock, pop and folk music, in particular traditional Irish music.
Finally, I’m a Nintendo fan! My favorite IPs are Super Mario & The Legend of Zelda, but my favorite game is Super Smash Bros!