Welcome, this is my site!
Inside, you’ll find information about my computer engineering life (completed and ongoing projects, guides and useful links), but also references to my university studies, my interests and hobbies.
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I was born in Palermo (Italy) in 1988, where I decided to move step towards an academic path addressed to science and computers specifically. I got the Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering at the University my home town.
Determined to continue my studies, I moved to Turin (beautiful historical city where I’ve lived for about three years) and then I got the Master of Science in Computer Software Engineering, at Polytechnic University of Turin.
If after the first academic experience I had added the foundation of the engineering field to my skill set (passing exams like Analysis, Physics, Computer programming, Databases and so on), thanks to the Master degree I had the opportunity to study in depth subjects strictly linked with my own purpose field: Software Engineering.
For an up-to-date resume, follow this link.
If you want more information about my thesis works, follow this link.
It’s hard to place in the time the exact moment when the passion for computers prevailed on me, but I remember the day when my father gave my first computer (the first of a long list). I was just 9 years old and this computer was equipped with:
- a 200 MHz processor;
- RAM 16 MB 200 MHz;
- HDD with 1,86 GB of storage capacity (today it may seem very few, but 20 years ago was more than enough);
Passion for computers then gave way to that for video games, first on PC, then on console. It was very easy for me choosing to start an academic path that would give me the opportunity to grow the knowledge and the expertise needed to develop software.
In the following gallery I’ll show you some of the main characters of this world I passed my childhood and teenage with 😉
I carry on following my interest and pursuing my aims.