What's the most useful business-related book you've ever read?
"Startup Nation" from Dan Senor and Saul Singer. It was really inspiring for growing an entrepreneurial mind.
What's your favorite non-business book?
"1984" from George Orwell. It inspired my Master Thesis based on preserving people privacy in video surveillance (sometimes my pet project).
If money were not an issue, what would you be doing right now?
I would spend some time as a digital nomad, what means a guy who works while traveling.
What words of advice would you give your younger self?
What's the most creative thing you've ever done?
The most creative thing I've ever done is probably Live Coding. This is basically improvise electronic music with code and algorithms with Open Source languages like Sonic Pi or Tidal. I did a few live sessions with audiovisuals also made with code.
What's your super power?
What's the best way for people to get in touch with you?
I'd prefer through Signal / Telegram for privacy, but WhatsApp ends being the usual...
What aspects of your work are you most passionate about?
I LOVE the possibility of working remotely anytime.
What was the most impactful class you took in school?
At school I blowed my mind with philosophy. Then at college all related to signals processing.
What's something you wish you had done years earlier?