Alessio Bonforti

Milano, Italy ·

I am experienced in enterprise e-commerce solutions and more generically in backend applications development and business processment.


Senior Java Application Developer

Accenture Technology Solutions s.r.l.

Had the possibility to work even in agile way on both SCRUM and SAFE methodologies, even in waterfall way. Focusing on backend development, services integrations, payment fraud screening interaction and business processment. Area of expertise: fashion e-commerces, my top skills are in payment area and business integration.

March 2015 - Present

Junior Web Developer

ThinkOpen s.r.l.

First experience as a developer, working for the Verona Arena and Teatro Filarmonico (check it out!) renew project which ended up in rebuilding the complete application using PHP (Zend Framework) for the backend panel, HTML5 and CSS3 for the frontend side and JavaScript/jQuery/AngularJS 1.x for the fancy client-server calls and runtime changes.

January 2014 - March 2015

Junior Technical Architecture Analyst

Tecnocasa s.p.a.

Working in the IT department and supporting the central instances of a cloud-related proof of concept and then application. Managing servers in the datacenter where the application connects to.

January 2011 - January 2014


Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale "E. Alessandrini"

Diploma di perito informatico


August 2006 - May 2010


Programming Languages & Tools
  • MVC & Façade Design Patterns
  • Unit Testing
  • Cross Functional Teams
  • Agile Development & Scrum


Apart from being a developer, I have passion about cars and racing. Love TV shows and fantasy, tech-related movies. Intrested in minimalism concept and always looking about how to optimize anything, from the desk space, up to whatever else.

Travel is also one of my biggest hobbies. Better understanding different cultures, i believe it's the key for open your mindset. Not important if for a week, or just a weekend, i love taking planes and travel. Recently, i've been passionated as well about aviation and simming! Reason for that is, I believe, when you take many planes, you want to understand the as much as possible what's behind that world.