Born in 1983. Freelancer, computer developer, and writer.

With over twenty years of experience in PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript development, my career as a software developer has gone through various phases and technologies, constantly enriching itself with new skills and challenges. In the last fifteen years, I have focused on WordPress development, managing complex projects and offering innovative solutions to a wide range of clients, from media companies to SaaS startups, to communication agencies.

In the last three years, I have obtained an AWS Solution Architect certification and started to develop for Apple frameworks with Swift and SwiftUI.

My freelance career has led me to manage projects of various sizes, working both independently and in multidisciplinary teams. I’ve had the opportunity to interface with users of different professions, including journalists, managers, and accountants, adapting my solutions to their specific needs. This has allowed me to refine a “Cartesian” approach to problem-solving, breaking them down into smaller parts to analyze and solve them one at a time.

I have been working remotely for almost twenty years, and in 2015, I moved to London.

My routine includes one or two hours of daily training in the gym, running, biking, or swimming. I have run four marathons and two IronMan 70.3 races and always have some race in preparation.

In 2017, I co-wrote Supernova with Nicola Biondo (then published in an updated version in 2018 by Ponte alle Grazie). In recent years, I have dedicated myself to studying emerging organizational models for the collection and administration of political consent, in relation to the changed technological context. Part of this work is the basis of the new book written with Nicola Biondo, The Casaleggio System (2019, Ponte alle Grazie).