I'm able to rapidly identify the independent variables that govern complex problems and to plan a strategy to avoid (or at least to solve) them through the use of the proper tools.
Whenever the current technological offer does not match to my requirements, I can design and develop the missing tools or hack into existing ones.
During the last 5 years, I've gained some experience with Domain Driven design and supporting architecture and I'm building Epic as a "DDD software factory" that aims to make DDD much more cheaper than it is now. I've also contributed to various opensource projects with patches and bugfixes.
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