Intermittent fusting during COVID-19
Posted by Marco, 10 May 2020
I want to share with you my experience with intermittent fasting.
I was born in the south of Italy and I lived in different parts
of the world, including Singapore where I am currently
I pursued an academic career in computer science engineering, ultimately working as a software engineer for some of the biggest names in tech, including Amazon, Google, and Facebook.
I have a passion for music - I studied piano and was an electronic music composer for a few years.
I am a Tech Lead in Facebook. My team provides external customers tools to protect their intellectual copyright. In Facebook we're committed to making our platforms safer for people and businesses to connect, share, buy and sell. Part of that work involves protecting intellectual property (IP) and combatting the sale and promotion of counterfeit products, which harms brands, honest sellers and consumers alike.
I worked for Google Business Integrity. We fight against abuse and fraudolent accounts. We build tools and automation processes that prevent suspicious actors to act badly against our users and Google itself.
Team member of AWS CloudWatch. I work in the CloudWatch API Team where we are responsible of the entire life-cycle of the software, from requirement analysis to deploy and maintenance. We provide customers a monitoring tool to publish metrics about their service or access metrics related to other AWS Services.
Worked on internal software used by bank employees to manage customer guarantees and mortages. Java-technologies mostly used for the front-end facing architecture. The back-end was still written in Cobol (did not even know how that horrible thing worked 😊)
My very first experience in a company. Everything started from the university: I was hired by this small company for a research project: building a software that was able to interpret human emotions by means of machine vision techniques. The project consisted of creating a model that was mapping input data from various sensors to the six universal human emotions: happiness, surprise, anger, sadness, fear, disgust. I worked on various aspects of this project, from defining the model (based on the current state of the art) to working on image processing algorithms related to face recognition.
110/110 Cum Laude in:
"Design and Implementation of a touchable multimedia projected desktop over general surfaces using a depth sensor and a projector"
110/110 Cum Laude in:
"An intelligent system for emotion recognition from facial expressions"
is a collection of challenging questions where you have to
answer by providing a solution.
Usually this solution requires you to write a time- and space- optimized program because the type of input is usually in the order of 10^9.
If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.