VOUCHERCODES.CO.UK, LONDON[JUL 3, 2017 — CURRENT]
I am currently in charge of the development of VoucherCodes.co.uk app, working in a mixed Swift/ObjC codebase as a iOS engineer. I am part of the mobile team, implementing business requirements in the main iOS application, while porting code to Swift and implementing good engineering practices with tests and CI.
FREELANCE, IOS DEVELOPER [MAY 17, 2015 —SEP 2017]
I worked with various companies, focusing mainly on adding functionalities to their products or speed up a project.
EVERSNAP INC., BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA (remote) [MAY 2016 - APR 2017]
Eversnap is a startup focused on saving memories from both private and business events. I was keeping track of the iOS application, maintaing legacy code and writing new features to push forward the business.
H-UMUS S.R.L., VENICE, ITALY [APR 2015 - APR 2016]
I worked with H-umus for almost a year, working daily with the internal development team to build new functionalities around their iOS applications, Otto and Nuxie.
BLUE-MATE (H-FARM), VENICE, ITALY [FEB 2014 — APR 2015]
Main developer and Co-Founder. I was in charge of choosing the technology stack used to build our product/solution: a digital menu for restaurants, involving iBeacons. I personally built both the web application and the iOS application/SDK.
LiquidBuilt with Jekyll and hosted at Github Pages The first revision was something I decided to build almost from scratch using mdl-lite. After the deprecation of that library I decided to move to something minimal and with even less maintenance involved.
A simple NodeJS web application that syncs a timer between 2 clients.
Netflix &.. need to hit play at the same second?
A Raspberry Pi, one C.H.I.P., a couple of ESP8266 and a lot of sensors. I can control different lights, open the garage door, blast with IR TV/Audio surround and monitor temperature and security cameras. Everything is bridged to Siri and “custom made”, so I can control the system with voice commands.
A simple iOS application built around iBeacon technology, for the Kiwi team.
Was built for the Ex-Machina camp of H-farm Ventures, to present and demonstrate the iBeacon technology to the public.
Backend hosted on parse.com.