[disclaimer: this blog is not related to the more academic hydroinformatics – that I suggest to see]
My name is Andrea Turchi, Bologna, Italy. Just when I was at the University (a quite traditional course of Hydraulic and Hydrologic – aka Environmental Engineering) computers started having a screen. Wow! Since then I decided I would ever use them in my job. I chose every course I could about them. Automation, developing and modelling were my bread.
Now I like the idea to talk a little about the extraordinarily interesting things I have come across: Windows and Linux, .Net and C#, PLC and Arduino, relational databases and NoSQL, Scrum and Agile methodologies, Wi-Fi city networks and open source everywhere, but also pipes and holes, gauges and house connections, water plants and…
If you are interested at my present job, you can guess something at my firm site (in Italian).