As you can see on my About or Mozillian pages I have a long experience as speaker. I started in 2013 on an Italian Linux Day and after that I improved my skills and knowledge. My philosophy is: “Every talk require a personal experience on the topic of different months for a serious explanation”.
I maintain a list of my talks in Italian or English with videos and slide on GitHub.
Also I like to write reports of events where I am a speaker, to remember me what I learned, what I con do better to improve my knowledge!
This is the Fosdem 2017 where I am talking about browser extensiosn in Brussels.
I love to do talk about Mozilla and WordPress about development but also as example how to contribute in many areas (like coaching for communities) or about open source philosophy or other technologies. I am always open for new ideas for talks, indeed I maintain an open repo for suggestions.
Daniele Scasciafratte, an Italian skilled developer with experiences on community building, development and localization on open source projects.
Daniele Scasciafratte sometimes called Open Source Multiversal Guy.
During the office hours he should work in his web agency, Codeat in Rome, and in the rest of the day collaborate in many open source projects for fun.
Daniele Scasciafratte, the Open Source Multiversal guy, he should work in his web agency, Codeat in Rome, and in the rest of the day collaborate in many open source projects.
During the office hours for the WordPress world is a Core Contributor, plugin developer and project translator editor. He his part of the founder committee of ClassicPress and one of the maintainers of VVV and creator of GlotDict.
In the meantime is a long time experience volunteer in the Mozilla Italia community, a Mozilla TechSpeakers but a Mozilla Rep involved in the past also in the Reps Council and often is an Italian gestures speaker.
Often outside the Italy people get surprise that I talk so much (also outside the talk itself) but because it is in my DNA of a pure gesture speaker to talk a lot, especially when the topics are stuff where I care so much like the open source world.
In the 2016 I experienced for the first time to do talk not only about development but also how to join and improve a community or recruit easily volunteers and other stuff that are participation in a community.
On 2017 I experienced for the first time to talk in big international conference like FOSDEM and get in touch with other ideas about my personal experience for new talks.
My goal for 2018 is to improve my knowledge about hard core development skills and about contributing in open source to create an healthy open source world.