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Canciani Daniele

Daniele Canciani

Freelance Android and web developer

Name:Daniele Canciani
Date of birth:19 April 1990
Address:San Giorgio di Nogaro, Italy
An IT professional with 6 years of experience, ranging from native Android development to website development using CMS such as Drupal or WordPress and frameworks such as Laravel or Symfony. Also knowledgeable in Linux server administration for LAMP and LEMP stacks.

Employment

September 2016 - present

OWNER AND CTO

Friulup SNC

In 2016 I opened an agency in Udine (Italy) focused on providing services to marketing and digital agencies. We work mainly as developers in Android and web applications/websites. Currently we move as independent freelances.

The projects I’m in charge are the Android and web applications, as well as Linux administration for LAMP and LEMP stack.

The two main projects in native Android development involved IoT applications. One was meant to interface a vending machines to allow end users to buy cold or fresh beverages/food and gadgets directly from their smartphones. The second was meant to interface a custom made tablet with several medical equipment (body temperature, blood pressure, blood oxygenation level, ECG 12 channels, urine test, spirometry and glucose levels) to a custom made CMS to allow for further analysis by medical staff.

The biggest web application went onboard several (4 at this moment) cruise ships and it’s a management software to schedule contents on the main ledwall of those ships. This interface then connects to the main backend that handle the display of the contents, and was developed by a partner agency. I was also in charge of the installation and testing of the servers.
We also developed a web application that fetches data from several photovoltaic implants (such as tension, current, energy production), run some basic analysis functions and shows the result on a web dashboard with graphics and excel export for further analysis.

June 2013 - August 2016

Android and web developer

Nohup Srl

Employed as a native Android and Web analyst/developer.

I developed Android applications using native Google SDK and third party libraries such as Facebook SDK, Maps, Network, Image Caching, Push services, etc…

Basic knowledge of iOS native development. For both platforms I’m experienced with the process of publish and update on the official stores

As for web development I mainly used PHP and CMS like Magento, Pimcore, Drupal and WordPress. To meet our client requirements we almost always need to develop custom modules or plugins. I also had to develop small custom CMS (using for example Zend Framework) and do maintenance on websites coded in various framework (or entirely custom-made).

Decent knowledge of Javascript (mainly jQuery) and CSS (CSS3, Less).

January 2013 - August 2016

Freelance developer

Freelance

Over the past years I accepted small freelance jobs (“occasional services” in the Italian law system) with the main goal to learn new technologies. I focused on:

  • web development: both frontend and backend;
  • Android native development;
  • server admin on my personal server or on server bought by other and managed by me.

Education

January 2013 - present

Master’s degree

Computer science

I’m attending a master’s degree course in Computer Science at University of Udine. I choosed to specialize in “Software development”.

Right now I did 11 exam out of 12 with an average mark of 27.

September 2004 - July 2009

High School

ITI A. Malignani Udine

Electrical engineering technician with a final mark of 75/100.

Winner of two competitions: BTScuola 2008 and 2009, a competition sponsed by BTicino SpA where the students choosen from the entire school had to study and design a big electrical installation.

Work experience

June 2008 - June 2009

Pittini SpA

Internship

Two work experiences of three weeks each that were done in the last two years of High School. The first one was mainly to learn the company profile, legal aspect of the job (metalworker industry) and safety rules. During the second one we created, within a team composed of other students and senior workers, an automated implant (using Siemens PLCs) to clean the exaust water used to cool the implant.

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