Emiliano Bucci

Frontend developer
Date of birth13/08/1989
NationalityArgentina/Italian
I live inCasei Gerola, Italy
Phone3478367426
Emailemiliano.bucci@outlook.com

I'm very attentive to the small details. Starting from the business needs, I build pleasant and accessible UI interfaces, with extreme attention to balance, perception, smoothness, and to the overall UX.

Skills & Technologies

I'm mainly focused in the React world, and this are the technologies &/or tools I've used/i normally use.

Before becoming a Frontend developer (in late July 2018), I worked in other fields (I was a cook and a warehouse worker for Amazon in Italy). I'm happy to say that I can apply most of the skills and attitudes learned in other works in the Development world, and I realize how they've always been a plus.

Work experiences

What I've done so far in the development world.
Myntelligence
March 2020 - March 2021
MyVideo was absorbed by Myntelligence company but my work changed just a little. I had the opportunity to confront myself with many other Frontend Developers and Designers, as well as we start to work with a more structured Agile process.
  • Mentoring and pair programming with junior Frontend developers
  • Responsability of implementing from scratch a new styleguide in a vast legacy project
  • Responsability of choosing new or substitute tools to improve a legacy project (css-in-js/documentation component libraries, ecc)
http://myntelligence.com
MyVideo (formerly TheOutplay)
July 2018 - March 2020
This was my first experience as a Frontend developer. I worked on the development of the company dashboard (a platform used by the users to visualize the insights and perform actions).
  • React & Typescript for the Frontend project
  • GraphQL for the backend services (and Apollo for the client)
  • Recharts & Amcharts for displaying charts in the platform
  • Legacy code migration and applying of best code practice during refactoring
  • Unit and integration test coverage using Jest
In parallel, I've also worked on the development and maintenance of the Widget project, a video player used by thousands of websites to deliver Advertising and video Content.
  • Frontend project powered by Preact and Redux-Saga
  • Video player implementation through <iframe />
  • Extreme attention to multiple device/browser media policies (video and audio), as well to different functionalities like autoplay
  • Android and iOS Mobile debugging (Xcode simulator for iOS debugging)
  • Implementation of a custom plugin system, to execute third part js code to interact with the Widget (and eventually customize some internal functionalities) without relying on it
  • Implementation of third part services like comscore.js or IMA SDKs
http://theoutplay.com
Codemaster 2018 edition
March 2018 - July 2018
Everything started here. After 2 years of self-learning (HTML, CSS & JavaScript), I decided to change life path and I apply for this master. After three intense months, I get my first job as a Junior Frontend Developer.https://talentgarden.org

Side projects

React Spring Carousel JS
December 2020 - current
I've also started to dive into the open source world. My first project is a React Carousel Component powered by react-spring.
  • Open source library powered by react-spring and react-use-gesture
Github repositoryOfficial documentationPS: The Official documentation website is a custom Next.js application!
React Spring Dialog
April 2021 - current
This is my second Open Source library; a simple and powerful React Dialog component.
  • Open source library powered by react-spring
Github repositoryOfficial documentationPS: The Official documentation website is a custom Next.js application!
Burgez
January 2020 - Current
I first start to work for Burgez doing small changes to the existing website (a simple React application). Later on, I rewrite it from scratch using Next.js and hosting it on Vercel, as it was lacking the SEO part and there were some performance issues. Currently, I take care of the maintenance and the implementation of new features.https://burgez.com
Wild Trek
June 2019 - Current
I start to work for the Wild Trek company in the middle of 2019. I help them during the initial phases of the project and I took care of developing their website from scratch (I took care of Frontend and Backend development and all design aspects).
  • Next.js application on the Frontend side (hosted on Vercel)
  • Wordpress for the content part
  • Hasura GraphQL for the main database and Authorization logic
  • Firebase for Authentication logic
https://wildtrek.it
Linkedin profile

I like to see myself as a versatile guy; besides the development world, I like cooking, photographing, taking care of plants at home, I like Red wine and Whisky (in particular Talisker), I read a lot (and hear a lot of podcasts) and I love hiking and traveling anywhere in search of some unexpected adventure!

Languages I speak

Mother tongue's: Spanish
Spanish (C2)
Italian (C2)
English (B2)
CV made with Next.js