About

This blog is dedicated to my experiences and lessons learned as a technologist on work-related activities and Open Source projects I participate.

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I will not replay here my resume, if that’s what you are looking for have a look at my LinkedIn profile instead.

I was born in November 1975 in southern Italy and played and worked with computers since I was a kid.

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  1. Pingback: Five Blogs – 21 January 2016 | 5blogs

    • “I believe in intuitions and inspirations. I sometimes feel that I am right. I do not know that I am. When two expeditions of scientists, financed by the Royal Academy, went forth to test my theory of relativity, I was convinced that their conclusions would tally with my hypothesis. I was not surprised when the eclipse of May 29, 1919, confirmed my intuitions. I would have been surprised if I had been wrong.”

      “Then you trust more to your imagination than to your knowledge?”

      “I am enough of the artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”

      Albert Enistein on the The Saturday Evening Post in 1929

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  2. Software architect … khm!
    If you were one of those, you wouldn’t use a free WP site.
    And wouldn’t have anything to do with dubious sites/services.
    And you would know that when those spy-attempts are blocked, your site doesn’t work …
    You would know that for the whooping $5 a month you can have your own domain and space on the web.
    You would be able to load a decent CMS and not relying on any of the dubious ‘services’.
    It looks, you don’t know any of these and likely can’t afford the $5/month. Just have a need to look important.

    By the way, there is no such thing as ‘software architect’. It’s a buzzword.
    There are system analysts, project managers and codemonkeys …

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    • I’m not sure I understand you critiques: which dubious sites/services am I related with?
      You can have your opinion on WordPress, but this doesn’t make you right “by design”, you know? On top of that, I don’t think you have any right to judge how I decide to spend my money: I can certainly afford the expense, but I prefer to donate them to charity rather than having a “professional CMS” and that’s my own decision.

      Now to the best part: I’ve been paid to do a job based on a buzzword for the past 15 years, the very same buzzword is listed on most recruiting platforms and has been very well recognized in the field for the past 20 years… As a buzzword it works very well, I would say, so…

      BTW, why did you feel the urge to post such a comment other than trying to be annoying is far beyond my comprehension, but as you can see, I can accept others’ opinions.

      Thank you, but unless you have something to say which goes beyond gratuitous aggression, please refrain from wasting time.

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