Welcome, fellow humans (and possibly bots), to my little dig on the web. My name is Thrasyvoulos Nerantzis, but people call me Thrasos. I was born on the same day as Alan Turing and Johannes Gutenberg; my Erdos number is 3.

I am a passionate Programmer, Application Architect, and Technology Manager with extensive experience in the tech industry. I’m always excited to dive deep into code and find new ways to make things happen. Some people describe me as a “tech guru,” but I prefer to think of myself as a “tech explorer” – always searching for new ways to innovate and push boundaries.

Working as a tech manager, I have honed essential managerial skills such as planning, negotiation, recruitment, problem-solving, coaching, and coordinating. My focus on collaboration and teamwork has enabled me to build strong relationships with stakeholders and effectively manage cross-functional teams. And just like any good wizard, I always have my trusty toolkit by my side – a good debugger and IDE can work wonders in the tech world.

My technical expertise and deep understanding of business needs enable me to deliver cutting-edge solutions that meet technical and business requirements. I believe laughter is the best medicine – a good sense of humour can make even the most challenging problems more manageable (or just plain awkward).

On a more personal note.

I firmly believe that technology has the power to transform lives and drive positive change in our world. However, the benefits of technology must be accessible to all, not just the privileged few. Free and Open-source software has the potential to democratize technology and create opportunities for people from all backgrounds to participate in the digital ecosystem. By making technology more accessible, we can empower individuals and communities to solve pressing social and environmental challenges and create a more equitable and sustainable future. That’s why I’m passionate about supporting and contributing to open-source projects, and I’m committed to using my skills and expertise to help make technology more accessible and inclusive. As the saying goes, “Why reinvent the wheel when we can work together to make it run faster and smoother”?

If you are interested in learning more about my work and experience, feel free to explore my website and reach out to me.

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