To tell you the truth, I wish I would be more precise and tell you that my entire professional universe is between the qualifications fullstack engineer and wordpress specialist. But studying the queries I found out that the qualification of “web programmer in Bolzano” was the most common, so I used it to introduce myself.
Regardless of qualification, the services I offer my clients are a true reflection of the way I have developed my career. I started out creating websites as a freelance web programmer, moved through the world of communications agencies and through experience in a multinational corporation I got into the all-around coding business. Along the way I learned how to manage as best as possible time and deadlines and how to get the best out of teamwork for my colleagues and me.
I took my first steps as a freelancer managing projects completely independently and maturing the ability to complete my work with punctuality and accuracy. I worked for small local businesses and thus I was able to understand their needs creating solutions that would fit their requests.
This experience led me to join Genetics Group (now EOC). Although I entered as a junior, I had the responsibility for all web development operations from day one. Working in a multidisciplinary team, I learned to look at the process of creating a website as a vertical activity. A part of a larger process of creating a brand identity, involving different activities and professionalism.
Then I moved to Würth Italia team as a frontend developer, aggregated with a team of forty digital professionals with vertical skills in Digital Marketing, E-Commerce, E-Procurement and development. It was a different work environment that allowed me to come in contact with different professions and broadening my horizons. Today I work as a senior Fullstack Engineer in MotorK. I am part of a widespread team of about 12 people. Within I am in charge of developing, starting from custom layouts provided by the design team, websites for the automotive retail sector. To do this I write code as both the backend and frontend level as well as deal with bug fixing.
It is not only because of its performance and technologies that WordPress has become the CMS of choice in my career as a freelance programmer. A vibrant community of professionals is active around this software, which I approached very early in my career, starting to attend the main Italian and European WordCamps. The atmosphere I breathed at these events and the value of the things I learned by attending them gave me the conviction I needed to start a Meetup in my city. An experience that today has led me to become an organizer in the wider Italian community of this incredible content management system.