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Bèrto wrote his first piece of software on a VIC20 back in the 80s, to eventually become an RDBMs specialist after a short interval in robotics. His career moved him from Italy to the Ukraine and now to the UK. He worked as an Oracle specialist for large companies in Italy, from Ermenegildo Zegna, to Olivetti, Sipra and Autostrade. He later moved to CTO positions in e-commerce startups, targeting low cost high efficiency solutions, and taking a decisive turn towards Open Source. Most of his involvement has been with Postgresql, KDE and MySQL. As a speaker of a number of languages he got involved into many language based projects, eventually becoming the main architect for the Ambaradan project, an open source tool meant to serve a repository of textual and multimedia linguistic content, developed in co-operation with the University of Bamberg, in Germany.
Sirius theme inspired by danland