- Inside a BitCTO, 2011 - present
I’m CEO and Software Architect on Inside a Bit a new company based in Padova and Vicenza that is focused on development of Flash Platform and PHP / Jquery / HTML 5 projects.
For 6 years I was owner of Mart3 | the Flash Platform Company.
We are focused in RIAs, Desktop Applications, Rapid Prototyping, Mobile applications and Embedded systems.
In January 2010 Mart3 became Adobe Authorized Training Center.
I'm Adobe Italy consultant for Flash Platform.
In 2011 I became Adobe Community Professional.
In 2012 I became Head of Mobile Division of SAB Luxury in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).
SAB Luxury is a creative design and development organisation with a fusion of Italian fashion and technology with delivery “made in Italy” as its slogan for all its products and services.
I write for national and international technical magazines.
I'm speaker for national and international conferences or community events like Flash Camp, Scotch on the Rocks, 360 Flex, Pycon and so on.
I'm playing with Python to expand AIR capabilities.
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