Native Android and iOS apps, cross-platform technologies (Phonegap, JQuery Mobile).
Web development. Mostly PHP solutions with frameworks like Zend, Python with frameworks like Django.
Mostly with Linux systems and Cisco devices, 4+ years of working experience and 10+ years in the Ubuntu community.
Senior Web Developer. Mostly PHP/HTML5/JS/CSS and cross-platform mobile technologies
Now I'm a freelance, working in web applications, mobile apps, most of the times relating the two things! I've published my first iOS app in the App Store.
Moved to Nice for a Master and then working for Eurecom in the Mobile Communications department.
A new beginning for my professional life. The "Friends Monitor" app was first published on the Play Store, now it has more than 55000 downloads.
System and Network administration in the Viminale building in Rome, 3 years.
First big web application for a client: a webmail written in Python, with the Django framework.
Previously with Debian, I've adopted Ubuntu since the first release, becoming during the years a member of the LoCoTeam Council, admin of the Web, Forum, IRC groups in the Italian LoCoTeam, and an Ubuntu Member.
Lorenzo is a dear friend and a hard-working person, with eccellent skills and capabilities of co-working. Efficient and a goal-oriented developer. Highly recommended.Roberto Gradini
Lorenzo is a great guy, with a deep technical skill and very goal oriented. Highly recommendedPaolo Sammicheli
I've been working with Lorenzo within the Ubuntu Italian community for years. He is a very kind person, and the work he has done and is doing in particular to the Italian Ubuntu website is always topnotch. A key player in our community.Milo Casagrande
This is one of the shortest articles ever, almost nothing to explain here. First, install Selenium2 through easy_install sudo easy_install selenium Then, simply go to the /Applications directory and create a symbolic link, because selenium looks for the Firefox binary in a specific path: $ cd /Applications $ sudo ln -s FirefoxNightly.app Firefox.app Time […]
Why The article can be: “Do it server-side.“. But sometimes it’s not possible, so, how we can do it? If you need something accurate and you cannot use server-side solutions, you can use libraries like GeoIP or of course Yahoo!/Google APIs. Let’s see two simple approaches using two different services, we just use JQuery […]