I'm currently dedicating most of my time to building Auralite, a new kind of social network that doesn't track you or try to get you addicted. It's built to be open and extendable, embracing open standards like RSS and webmentions, and providing an open API. It's my gift to the open web.
I'm also maintaining Sitesauce, a one-click solution to create static sites from any dynamically-generated website (like WordPress or Ghost sites) and keep them updated when content changes.
Before that, I built and sold Blogcast, a service that uses state of the art text-to-speech technology to automate article narration. I also built and sold UnMarkDocs, an service to generate beautiful documentation pages with super-powerered markdown.
I've also started and worked on many other projects that unfortunately never saw the light of day, like Snaptier or Maker Army. Here's can see a complete list of all my current and past projects if you want to learn more.
I enjoy to contributing to open source on GitHub where I've helped over 500 projects, and mantaining an online coding community for teenagers I founded. I also love to learn new things, and especially enjoy researching about philosophy, psychology and other subjects while studying the International Baccalaureate.
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