I am Alberto Borsetta, I was born in Palmanova March 1, 1976, the year of the devastating earthquake that struck my beloved Friuli.
I have lived most of my life in Mortegliano but since 2010 I live in Romans d’Isonzo with my wife Michela and my beautiful children Arianna and Tiziano.
I have a degree in computer science in 2009 by a vote of 110/110 cum laude at the University of Udine; I currently work as a Software Engineer at Overit in Udine, a company to which I landed after a previous working experience of nearly four years as an analyst at another important reality of Friuli and some brief collaborations with several major computer companies in my region.
Passionate about mountaineering and hiking I practiced for years the mountaineering activities at the highest level to obtain the greatest satisfaction of my life before the birth of my children. Now I have paused the mountaineering activity to devote to the family but in the meantime I started to get interested in photography (much less demanding hobby of mountaineering).
During the summer of 2008, after I recovered from a motorcycle accident, I traveled on foot the whole Camino de Santiago de Compostela, an experience that changed my life more than a little upsetting those who were my priorities until then .
For those interested in learning more about me from the professional point of view can download my Curriculum Vitae.
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Hello, nice to meet you. I want to thank the effort made with the program called FormScanner, It is a little bit difficult to configure and understand for the basic user (I mean, users that does not have informatic or technologic skills).
I’m IT proffesional, and I started to work with your creation, I love it. I want to make a little contribution to your work by sending to you $50 USD.
But the only thing I want you to do is reply this message, tell me if you will continue improving the software that you have managed to create.
It really has helped me a lot, and I understand it perfectly. In fact I have created an algorithm to clean the JPG images to make the scanning process easier and not generate the typical errors that are generated when the pages are not scanned correctly, or leave with marks outside the anchor edges.
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I’d like to improve FormScanner but now for some personal reasons I have no time to do it.
Maybe in the future I will develop new features and improve the scanning process.
Anyway the project is open-source so anyone can download the source code and modify it by itself.
I also want to thank you for your software. On a side note, I also did the Camino and it profoundly changed my life.
I’m planning to use FormScanner in a project, and plan to give you an update on that.