About

My name is Manuel Uberti.

I started my career in 2004 developing Java enterprise applications and I have worked both in Italy and in the United Kingdom. In 2015 my interest has shifted towards functional programming thanks to languages such as Emacs Lisp and Clojure. Since 2017 my daily job involves Clojure and ClojureScript at 7bridges and I play with Haskell on the side.

Beside Emacs and programming, I am an undergraduate at Ca’ Foscari University learning my way to a degree in Philosophy with a moderate obsession for the work of Baruch Spinoza. I am also a cinephile and some of my writings are published at Films in Words.

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