Locality: Bologna Area, Italy
Summary: December 1996 - 1997: Italian LIS (Laboratory Information System). Developed in Delta/Cobol, running on several UNIX platforms (IBM AIX, Digital Alpha, etc.). 1997: Development of an Anatomic Pathology system in collaboration with Psyche Systems Corp. based in Boston (MA). The application was ported from MS SQL Server to Oracle. 1998 - 2001: Development of new client-server LIS with Visual Basic. Managing of several Italian customers. Design and development of a Digital Signature module for laboratory reports. 2002: Product Manager, responsible for integration projects with SeeBeyond e*Gate (later JCAPS and ICAN, acquired by Sun) and for a Clinical Data Repository in collaboration with Berlin based GMD (later acquired by Noemalife). 2003 - 2006: Account Manager, responsible for several customer projects involving the product portfolio of Noemalife. 2007 - 2009: Development Manager for the R&D Division of Noemalife.
Current: Development Principal at NoemaLife
Education: Forma del Tempo TeamBuilding (2009-2009) Team Building training (2 days)
Cofimp Project Management (2002-2003) Project Management training (7 days)
AlmaWeb Project Management (2002-2002) Project Management training (4 days)
Sun Educational Services (2002-2002) "Developing J2EE Compliant Applications...
Industry: Information Technology and Services
Skills: Technologies & Development: J2EE, Relational databases, Oracle PlSql, Adobe Flex, Smalltalk. Computer Music: Apple Logic.
Experience: NoemaLife (Public Company; Information Technology and Services industry): Development Principal, (December 1996-Present) Senior developer in the EMR (Electronical Medical Record) R&D Division at Noemalife S.p.A.
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, job inquiries, expertise requests, reference requests, getting back in touch
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December 1996 - 1997: Italian LIS (Laboratory Information System). Developed in Delta/Cobol, running on several UNIX platforms (IBM AIX, Digital Alpha, etc.). 1997 ...