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Hi there 👋

My name is Vincenzo; I am a Software Developer living in Austin (Texas) focused on WebAPIs and User Interfaces.

Over the last 6 years, I've been mostly working for SAAS companies providing tools for API Developers, contributing heavily on the engineering side as well as managing small teams.

Currently, I'm working at Stoplight — an Austin based company providing a design stack for API Developers. Nowadays most of the code I write is TypeScript, but in general I am always eager to learn new programming languages. I have a decent proficiency in Clojure and Haskell.

I hold a BA in Computer Engineering (not too sure how useful this information is), and I have been speaking to a number of events around the world (the complete list is at

I have been awarded the titles Auth0 Ambassador, Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies as well as Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies.

I've also got a very long ongoing collaboration with the API Days Team ( I've started by speaking at their conferences, I ended up being in the committee that reviews the CFP and organising an entire event in Barcelona in September 2019.

My mid-long term interests include collaborative editing, publishing, managing teams.

You can check out my Twitter Account:; GitHub: I also write (very infrequently) on


  1. A microservices API Gateway built on top of Express.js

    JavaScript 2.2k 245

  2. Turn any OpenAPI2/3 and Postman Collection file into an API server with mocking, transformations and validations.

    TypeScript 1.5k 132

  3. GitHub Action wrapper for Spectral - a JSON/YAML/OpenAPI/AsyncAPI/etc linter with custom rule support.

    TypeScript 22 7

  4. VSCode extensions for API Elements (aka: API Blueprint and Swagger)

    TypeScript 117 14

  5. Feature complete implementation of IEC870-5-103 protocol

    C++ 7 2

  6. Homemade compression alg. to study purposes

    C++ 1

1,867 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2020

Created a pull request in DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped that received 5 comments

Change to be export default

+2 −2 5 comments
50 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 25

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