Milan State University
Systems and Network Security , Systems and Network Security
June 2008 - June 2008
September 2011 - October 2012
June 2008 - October 2012
Director of Content Management Engineering
March 2007 - December 2007
Responsible for the design, implementation and support of tools for metadata ingestion and maintenance, as well as gathering requirements and setting future directions, leading and coaching a team of a dozen people.
Working with the rest of the engineering organization, take part in defining the architecture of the whole backend and Joost platform.
April 2006 - March 2007
Sourcesense (http://www.sourcesense.com) is Europe's leading systems integrator focusing on Open Source and Open Development.
I deal with design and implementation of architectures and software solutions for our customers, while coordinating small teams of younger (but brilliant!) software developers.
Senior Software Engineer
November 2000 - April 2006
Middle manager in the R&D group of I.NET (British Telecom Group), the leading ASP in Italy. Worked on an email platform designed to provide legal value to emails by cryptographically guaranteeing secure, reliable and tamperproof delivery, in compliance with Italian regulations.
Past achievements: worked with a tactical team to coordinate migration to Apple Open Directory, acting as a facilitator in the interaction between IT, Operations and Security teams in the company; managed a small team charged with development of an AJAX calendaring and scheduling suite; evaluation of a Certificate Authority; design and preliminary implementation of a firewall management platform.
Experienced in leading all aspects of the life of a software project, from requirements gathering to testing to release engineering.
January 1999 - November 2000
Implementation of the network and services for the startup of the Italian operations; subsequent enhancements.
In charge of the management of services and development of new ones, leading a team of 5 people.
Some of the systems designed and developed: central database, email, RADIUS, web server, Java-based web applications. The system was sized with the goal of supporting at least 2 million users.
January 1998 - January 1999