I’m Federico De Faveri, a software developer that likes to experiment. I’ve started at the age of eleven with my Commodore 64 when I’ve discovered that it can be used also for programming other than to play games. From that “discovery” I’ve started programming first in Basic, then in Turbo Pascal then C and finally Java.
I’ve soon understood that I like computer science so I’ve been enrolled on a CS course at the University of Pisa.
After graduation, I’ve worked at the ISTI (Institute of Information Science and Technologies) of CNR (Institute of the National Research Council of Italy) as RIA developer in different European projects (iMarine, EuBrazilOpenBio, D4Science).
After the CNR experience, I worked at FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) as Web Application developer. At FAO I’ve developed web application using technologies like Dart and Polymer.
From FAO I have moved to Targa Telematics as senior software engineer and leader of the team responsible for the IoT projects.
My last ongoing adventure is in Amazon as Software Developer Engineer in Prime Video. You can see me “in action” in one of the promotional videos:
I’m also fascinated by robotics and electronics. In the free time, I’m playing with my Arduinos, Raspberry Pi and Lego Mindstorms.
In this blog, I would like to publish some of my experiments in computer science and electronics.