This is the "professional" part of my web space; while the rest of the site is about more personal topics, here we talk about work: computer science, in my case, since I like to work in IT related fields.
By this time, I've come to know the main operating systems and applications well enough to get good results when there is the need to fix most of the common software issues.
In the computers' field, a decent hardware knowledge can be very useful: sometimes the only way to understand what's wrong with a device is to open it.
All in all, the advice I can offer ranges from websites' creation to software (and hardware, to some extent) problems support.
But all this (and much more) is better explained in my…
(currently not available in English)
…an informal version of my Curriculum Vitae that can give a good idea of my professional skills.
Should you need a classical version of my résumé (you know, the PDF format and slightly boring one), you can download it from here, but because of privacy concerns it is password protected (just ask me if you are interested).
In any case – information, advice, CV password and all – you can contact me here.
Here is a list of websites that I designed and are publicly browsable (other sites are part of private Intranets, or are only accessible as "demos" in my archives); most of them do not currently have an English version, though:
- Master Driver NCC – Private driver service in Genoa and surroundings;
- EEC Study Tour – Summer Study Tours by the English Conversation Club;
- Marco Martin – Professor Martin, I presume…
- Tsukishiro Nayuta – My Sensei and his books;
- Claudio Bocchi – My fellow guitar player (he plays, I try to follow);
- Publirama – Advertising company for Genoa's newspaper "Il Secolo XIX".