About

Me

Hi, my name is Manuel Uberti.

I started my career in 2004 developing Java enterprise applications. I have worked both in Italy and in the United Kingdom on software deployed to a wide range of customers: petrol companies, hospitals, job centres, insurance companies, banks, fashion stores, colour and additive factories.

Since 2015 my interest has shifted towards functional programming thanks to languages such as Scheme and Clojure. At the moment my daily job involves Clojure and ClojureScript at 7bridges, and I am studying Haskell in my spare time.

My open source work is available on GitHub. These are some of the projects I created or contributed to:

  • boodle: a single page application in Clojure and ClojureScript for in-house accounting
  • remys: a Clojure tool that provides REST APIs to interact with MySQL databases
  • clj-odbp: a Clojure driver for OrientDB binary protocol
  • doneburn-theme: a light theme for Emacs
  • stitchcounter-js: a little JavaScript tool to help you with knitting and crocheting

The tenets of the Programmer’s Oath guide all my software development.

Get in touch if you want a detailed curriculum vitae.

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