I was born in Padova (Italy) in 1997. I've been studying programming languages since I was 12. I first started by building a web browser for Windows 7 with Visual Basic. At 15, I built my first website which had also a very powerful and complex web app (see LightSchool for more details).
As my experience increased, I've been asked to build websites from scratch for my friends.
Now I'm 20 years old and I'm still building websites, software programs and learning new programming languages.
I graduated at EinaudiGramsci High School in Administration, Finance and Marketing with a specialization in Business information systems with a grade of 83 out of 100. My term paper is available here and here.
My school gave me a beginner level of Java and Microsoft Access. Besides that, I learned a lot of programming languages by myself such as: Visual Basic, HTML, CSS, JS (and Jquery), PHP, Ajax and Python. I have also improved my Java skills by attending a couple of english courses.
In 2017, I got my B2 level certification in English issued by Cambridge English scoring 180 out of 180 (C1 level) in the writing section.
I'm currently studying Computer science at University of Padova (Italy).
Ribbons Browser used to have Microsoft Ribbon as its user interface (the same one used in Microsoft Office 2007) and, besides surfing the web, it also had bookmark, history and safe navigation features. It was also very customizable.
The project was rewritten from zero different times and it is now lost.
Ribbons Browser was made with Visual Basic and Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate.
A signature created by me which became the official signature for "Windowsette" forum replacing the previous one.
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Have you ever thinked to change the "Start" text in Windows 8? Well, it is as easy as drinking a coffee if you have the right application and some basic skill with .dll files.
Thanks to the hack I discovered it is now possibile. Follow the next steps to change "Start" text from Windows 8's immersive start menu to whatever you want.
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At a first glance it might look a classic operating system with resizable and movable windows and a lot of settings such as setting wallpapers, changing taskbar and menu color and so on.
But it is a website! Built with pure HTML, CSS, Jquery and PHP, I created from scratch the whole system that manages dialog boxes, windows, the taskbar, the start menu and everything! An Android app was also available.
On november 2017, I decided to put it back online again as a demo.
Have a look > Check the beta >
This mod opens up some game area that aren't explorable due to rubbles like in some DC areas.
It adds new areas to The Citadel (the Pentagon), a new way to get to Grayditch, a destroyed and esplorable White House, new police and Secret Service's cars and a lot more!
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BioPatAgrium was a school project I partecipated with a team of about 30 students and 10 teachers. This project goal was to build an immaginary company by following the same-exact steps as you would do in the reality. We wrote a business plan, planned marketing strategies and a lot more. I was in charge of building the official website, the e-shop and an app (a mini-game) for Windows and Android.
Have a look > Try the app >
Similar to the previous one, but in COMFORTit I was the CEO of the company and my duties where to coordinate different departments, building the website and managing the whole digital aspect, doing graphical works and writing reports and reviewing others'.
You can try one of our product "HomeBoard", just go to the website and do a "test drive". The password for "EinaudiGramsci Scuola" account is "server2012".
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In order to consolidate and expanding my knowledge about what I learnt in the Programming course at the university, I developed a very simple software in C++ which takes in input a list of exams and then automatically calculates the weighted average. It even supports more university per student. The software doesn't have persistance so it will forget everything when exited. It supports Windows, GNU/Linux and macOS. The source code is published with the MIT license.
A version developed in C# which offers more features than the original one written in C++, first of all this version manages more students at a once. This software has been developed with .NET Framework. The source code is published with the MIT license.
Developed in Java, it allows to set a threshold temperature for CPU and GPU and when it gets exceeded, TempMon automatically closes user-defined apps and/or shuts down your device (or reboot, put in standby, ...) and you can manage software settings in the cloud. The server-side software is written in PHP. TempMon is still being developed and will be available free of charge for Windows, GNU/Linux and macOS. The source code will be published with the MIT license.
Installed and configured a cloud software and trained employees
Website built by a third party and integrated by me
JetBrains IntelliJ Idea Ultimate
JetBrains PyCharm Professional
Microsoft Visual Studio
ActiveState Komodo Edit