Stefano Tommesani

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ProfiloSmall15 years of experience in the CCTV area, including:

  • R&D
  • strategic planning and partnerships
  • pre-sales
  • HW / SW integration
  • QA


Broad software development experience, from flashy GUIs to down-to-the-metal assembly programming, and a performance-minded approach to development allow me to reach outstanding results in software products:

  • Design and implementation of security systems
  • Advanced video analysis for threat detection
  • Advanced image processing
  • Audio and video coding and compression
  • Network multi-protocol programming and remoting
  • System management and monitoring
  • Windows system programming
  • Code optimization, from high-level architectural design to multi-threading, low-level SIMD assembly coding and GPGPU
  • Detailed knowledge of SD best practices: OOD, Agile with Scrum, unit testing, TDD, IoC, AoP.

Programming languages: over 14 years of professional experience with C/C++, C#, Delphi, x86 assembler.

 

 

 

 

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