About

One upon a time, when I was a little child, whenever someone asked me what I would like to become when I grow up, I always replied:

“An inventor!”.

Growing into a teenager I started to have an inventions notebook. Well, most of them I found out they were already implemented, even if I had no knowledge of their implementation. Kind of embarrassing and disappointing, right? Not actually, because that way of thinking was always a part of myself.

I’ve been marching towards being a highly payed IT professional in the mean time, which took over almost all my free time. It also enlarged my knowledge and made me think globally by working day by day in an online field with people from all countries, cultures, religions and time zones.  Many coworkers  tend to value my opinion, trust my recommendations and follow my advises. Hope you’re going to do the same! If you are interested for more work related details check my Linkedin profile.

With all that, my current job doesn’t fully define me. For example when I was finishing my Master degree in Telecommunications and Computer Science (2006 – 2007) I said, ‘If I’d had the money for it, I would invest right now in providing new Cloud Services’. I haven’t done it but became a cloud solutions architect in the mean time. Or in 2013, me and a fried of mine were working on a discovery document and a technical design for implementing the ‘Follow me’ feature on the drones that were on the market at that time, 2 years latter DJI and Yuneec released that feature to the marked in their new products (I had no idea they were thinking of the same thing and actually working to implement it).

I guess, I’ve always been an innovator, experimenter and designer. Even if it was for a simple home activity, a work project, imagining future ways of using already existing devices and technologies or thinking of what could replace them. This site is my way of expressing it in writing, which also is a good way of making me think more of it.

By this point most likely you’ve realized that I’m not an native English speaker. In my work experience that doesn’t really matter. I’m able to express most of my ideas in English and people tend to understand them. If you ever find an expression that doesn’t feel natural or it’s not academical enough for you, please get over it and think of the idea behind it. I’ve been working for the last 10 years remotely, so, if you don’t understand me I will tend to assume it’s your own cultural problem rather than my proficiency in written English.

Why am I sharing this? What if someone else stills my ideas? Well, that is not the point. The point is the beauty of the idea. Think of it, if I had been working  to implement and bring it to market I wouldn’t have published it first without a business plan and a good marketing plan. In addition I know I can always come with a new and better idea. However, if by reading this website you get inspired and build a 1 billion dollar startup, remember me with 0,1% of it, that makes it a million dollar idea, right?

In case you want to discuss further one of the ideas or you want me to further work on the design of it, feel free to contact me using the form bellow. I’m sure we could agree on the terms of a consultancy contract or if the right spark happens, we can even work on building it together.