I’m Cris Pintea, a software engineer and entrepreneur from Turin (Italy) currently travelling the world like a “digital nomad”. I am now in Tenerife, Spain.
I started falling in love with software development at 8yo and sold my first full-stack website at 14 for 1k euros to a Scottish startup (PHP backend, jQuery frontend, MySQL database).
Now I am 21 years old and I’m working on my projects:
- An Uptime Monitoring service (UpTimeLine)
- a website about Piedmontese mountains (Gite In Natura)
- my blog (you’re currently on it)
- an OTT subscription service (Usophy) which I founded at 19, that raised 300k€ from a VC and was recently mentioned in Forbes. UPDATE: I’ve now exited Usophy.
- as well as working freelance. Among my clients is Synesthesia.
From Kernel Development or Artificial Intelligence algorithms to SEO/SEM and CRO: I’ve worked on many different things, I am a total learning addict.
Here’s what I’m experienced in, more or less in order of experience:
- MongoDB, mongoose
- GraphQL, Apollo
- GitLab CI
- Kubernetes, Helm
- React, Next.js, Redux, redux-saga
- .NET Framework
- Unity 3D
- AR/VR with Unity 3D
- Native Android (Java)
- Native iOS (Swift)
- React Native
I am an extreme generalist and have solved problems in many fields, very different from one another. Because of how generalist I am, I can often help companies solve issues that no single specialized professional can identify and fix.
I’ve managed teams of up to 6 people, using Scrum methodology. That was quite fun!
At 19 I raised 300k€ of funding for Usophy from LIFTT.
When I was 13 I used to play a lot of Minecraft. Using the help of youtube and Intel manuals, I built a 4-bit programmable processor using Redstone logic in Minecraft.
I speak English and Italian natively. I also speak B2 level Spanish and Romanian.
That’s all folks!
My full name is actually Cristian Pintea, but everyone just calls me Cris Pintea.
As for hiking… You can find my favorite hikes on Gite In Natura!
Wanna read more? Read about creating online stores, creating subscription services, email marketing, or just check out the blog!