I’m a software engineer with an analytical and hands-on business mindset. I craft tailored software solutions to help people and businesses simplify their tasks and achieve their goals. My main professional interest is to work on complicated and engaging problems that can have a positive impact. My primary domain knowledge is mobile development and I’m currently working to strengthen my backend, data science and business skills to bring my various interests together and build a more diverse and experienced professional figure. I also enjoy automating processes to increase efficiency and focus on what matters to me: delivering qualitative results and meaningful solutions that can help people.
I studied Computer Science at the University of Milan, and moved to Helsinki in 2017 for a one-semester exchange program. I quickly fell in love with the city and its nature, and decided to stay. For the first two years I worked at Codemate as mobile developer, where I also enjoyed taking part in the managerial and design sides of projects. I’ve then worked at Nightingale Health where we provided personalised and comprehensive health data based on blood results to show how lifestyle choices affect health and to contribute in solving world’s biggest health issue, chronic diseases.
I’m now part of the software engineering team at Ōura making accurate health information personal and accessible to everyone by combining advanced sensor technology and unobtrusive design, and delivering precise and critical insights to help people build good habits and harness their body potential.
In my spare time I tend to forget about technology and appreciate what nature and art have to offer. I grew up as an alpinist and competitive triathlete, currently I climb intensively and compete in sailing races. I’m also an avid classical music listener, recreational mathematician, casual chess player, opera singer hobbyist and mechanical watch enthusiast.
Hacking a UE Boom speaker and making the remote power feature available to all the HomeKit users.
Writing an intrusive but fast Alfred workflow to check the battery time.
Making the Strava Suffer Score algorithm available to all the Movescount users.
An engineeristic approach to randomise my watchlist of Friends episodes.
iOS app for Helsinki public bikes: search for available bikes or parking spots, start the timer and get notified when time is running out. The app uses open data provided by HSL and is available in English, Swedish and Finnish. In use by hundreds of people on a daily basis, it will soon be open sourced.
iOS/Android app to help students during recruitment events. An idea of mine, developed in collaboration with Codemate and Aalto University. Selected as the official app for the 2018 Aalto TalentIT Fair.