In 2 words? System Administrator ... dark and mysterious words for many of my friends to whom I often have to explain what I do. Very often the explanation ends with "Ah, type .. work with the PCs then?" - "Er ... Yes!". I try to resume in a few lines what I actually do.
I provide professional IT support to all company staff, mainly to all development teams, designing ad-hoc technological solutions and environments for various needs. I Administer the cloud network infrastructure and maintain every aspect of the data center (hardware, software, configuration / monitoring services). I manage the company software, the primary "Help Desk" aspect for internal employees, IT security, data backups / integrity, intranet services and finally I also have the task of proposing new or more advantageous technologies to be adopted in the company or in projects with customers. I'm always updating and I consider it the most beautiful part of my job.
Let's say to conclude, my main task is to do the "behind the scenes" of almost everything that employees and especially customers, I take care of and I keep the infrastructure in place where all the work of my colleagues is working or the tools they use every day to work. A bit like a theater ... I create the stage the sets and the lights and music etc., I worry that everything works when it should and how it should ... the actors then complete the show with their valuable work.
I believe in "If you do what you have always done, you will arrive where you have already arrived."
I am a free spirit, very open minded, I am not satisfied with what I have, in the long run that the new is worse or better is still an experience.
And making new experiences is what I like most to do in life. I limit the restrictions only in the workplace because there are contractual obligations. I see it this way: work is giving and having and this moment I am giving and receiving.
Of course I always give my opinion based on the maximum of my skills, ethics and professionalism, but I do not get discouraged if I receive "NO". I admit in hindsight that I learned so much also from the "No" that at the beginning I did not understand, as in equal measure I took my beautiful moral revenge. The work that I take very seriously implies all this, either you accept it or you end up not growing. There are contractual restrictions. I see it this way: work is giving and having and this moment I am giving and receiving.
Out of work? I controll all ! I have a very strong and determined character, I am an idealist and I willingly accept gratuitous constraints. The stasis / boredom in general disturbs me, just for this I throw wherever there is something new that catches my attention.
My free time
My work does not allow me much free time, but I still try to cut out moments for my passions. I have lots of hobbies, I am interested and disinterested in things with ease, so the list is constantly updated.
I am interested in technology, I follow some social projects, I love music, I collect vinyls and sometimes I enjoy as a DJ ... ah and the thing I love most is traveling! It was for me and having the possibilities I would not do anything else, I like to see things touches tastes and cultures, I rarely do organized and "comfortable" trips, if I go in a place I want the bare and raw experience, I prefer "the adventure".
Sharing the same musical passion even with some old friends usual happens that I spend weekends abroad to follow festivals or evenings where a particular artist plays, now the miles traveled between aircraft and trains I do not count them any more, I can say with certainty that I spent more time traveling around Europe than in my native country.
I live in the countryside and I consider myself very lucky for this. My house is surrounded by animals, especially dogs, since my father raises them. I also really like being with them and relaxing in the open air ... sometimes it takes, the age advances!