About me

Hey there! I’m a nerdy Senior Software Developer with a flair for all things Python.

Believe it or not, I’ve got a fancy degree in corporate criminal liability law, but programming is where my heart truly lies. I’ve been geeking out over Python since I was a youngling and even managed to keep it up during my law school days.

After graduation, I landed a job at a law firm, where I became obsessed with automating anything and everything that I could get my hands on. My programming passion consumed most of my waking hours until I was able to jump onto a legal tech project for a year. That experience led me to a gig as a research associate in legal informatics at the University of Bologna, where I worked with a team of brainiacs, including programmers and lawyers.

Together, we tackled a variety of projects, from legal document parsing to legal document generation. I was able to blend my mad programming skills and legal prowess to create some super cool innovations. I even learned to code smart contracts in Solidity because blockchain was all the rage.

As if that wasn’t enough, I co-founded and led the charge as the lead developer of a legal tech startup during this time. My hard work paid off, and I landed a Marie-Curie PhD scholarship in legal informatics (focusing on DLT and Governance), which took me to the beautiful city of Vienna.

Though I enjoyed my time in the ivory tower, I realized that my true calling was in the tech industry. So, I decided to make the leap and dive fully into the field. In 2022, I hopped over to the eHealth sector, where I’m currently honing my skills as a Senior Python Developer.

Nowadays, I’m putting my knowledge and expertise to work in healthcare data management, specifically with FHIR. It’s been a wild ride, but I wouldn’t want to do anything else.