Ehm, yes, writing about oneself requires a pompous and boastful attitude, which is not in my nature.
I might force myself to try and be arrogant for just as long as it takes to jot down some notes about myself at some point.
In the meantime, feel free to Google for my name and gather information about me from the net.
Be advised, there are other individuals called Matteo Vescovi who rank pretty high in Google's page rank... I trust you will be able to tell me apart from them. (Hints: I am not a lawyer, I don't like fish tanks, I was never convicted of any crime, I am not involved in videography. It'll all become clear if you google for my full name.)
A good way to find out more about me is to check out my LinkedIn profile and some of the open-source projects I am involved in:
- Presage (formerly known as Soothsayer) is an intelligent predictive text entry platform. Presage exploits redundant information embedded in natural languages to generate predictions. Presage's modular and pluggable architecture allows its language model to be extended and customized to utilize statistical, syntactic, and semantic information sources.
- Plump (Pluggable Lightweight Ubiquitous Multithreaded Platform) is a portable multithreaded plugin framework that enables dynamic runtime discovery, loading, and execution of C++ plugin modules. Features include one to many module-plugin instantiation, concurrent plugin execution, and a lightweight footprint.
- apache yoko
- The Yoko project is a robust and high performance CORBA server which is usable from inside any JVM. The project will then expose the transport via a dynamic API that is XMLSchema based and can be bound to JAX-B, XMLBeans, Apache Geronimo, Tuscany or any implementation. As a side benefit the XMLSchema API will also be able to support other transports and binding through configuration.