Giuseppe Sollazzo, known almost everywhere as Puntofisso, is (by day) a Senior Systems Analyst at St. George's University of London, and (by night) a mobile developer, photographer, and many other things. He blogs here.
During his time at St. George's, he has been dealing with the Business Continuity Planning Strategy and the re-organisation of the Support Systems workflow, but more excitingly he has deployed the institution's mobile portal and contributed to the Open Source Molly Project upon which the portal is built. He's currently working on the Open Data Repository and on other digital communication projects.
More info on his Hacking the University profile.
As a mobile developer, Giuseppe launched LiveRugby in 2011, an Android and iPhone app to generate live graphical statistics during Rugby World Cup and Six Nations games, featured on the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Times, ITV Wales, and Sky Italia.
Since September 2013, Giuseppe is also a member of Cabinet Office's Open Data User Group.