My name is Giovanni De Costanzo and I'm a Master graduate student in Computer Science (Computer Security) at the University of Salerno.
I am passionate about technology from an early age, when my father bought the first PC in 1995. From him I also inherited a passion for cinema, and together we set up a small Home Theatre room. Over the years I became interested in programming, so after high school I decided to enroll for the course in computer science. Around the same time I also had way to cultivate my passion for football, organising and participating in amateur tournaments among friends. In 2013 I created a tech blog (mondotec.wordpress.com), where I wrote some articles and guides. To date, the blog has exceeded 70K views. Now, I moved to my personal blog on this site.
Since spring 2016, I started cycling as a hobby and I bought my first road bike.
I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science in 2014, and soon after I left for Milan, where I worked for a year in consulting at Deloitte, as a developer on the e-commerce project of MSC Cruises. In August 2015 I resigned to meet my desire to resume the studies and deepen my knowledge. So I got home, enrolling in the Master's Degree. In December 2017 I have earned a Master's Degree cum Laude in Computer Science (specializing in Computer Security). For my thesis work I realized a reputation-based system in P2P logic for blocking malware at the operating system level.
In January 2018 I've been hired as Research Engineer at Malwarebytes (Perugia, Italy).
Immediately after obtaining the master's degree, I was hired at the Italian office of Malwarebytes, as a Research Engineer.
After the internship, I was sent as a consultant developer at Deloitte headquarters in Milan. Here I worked on the e-commerce project of MSC Cruises, based on IBM Websphere Commerce.
Immediately after graduating, I was hired as an intern JAVA Developer, so I left for Milan. I was able to get closer to J2EE studying JSP, Struts2 and Hibernate.
In December 2017 I have earned a Master's Degree cum Laude in Computer Science (specializing in Computer Security). For my thesis work I realized a reputation-based system in P2P logic for blocking malware at the operating system level.
As a thesis, I expanded the work of my colleagues undergraduates, implementing a crawler to extract information from the Google Play Store. In particular, I am dedicated to the extraction of links to SVN or GIT reposoitories for all existing open source applications in the store.
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