|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 06 Jun 2012 : 13:06:17
Sir, is your 1st name Lorenzi and your family name Davide? Or is it the other way. Here, if your family name is 1st there is usually a comma after it as in Smith, Peter. Sorry I'm confused as in my travels I have seen your name both ways without a comma.
On your contact page you have your curriculum posted in HTML and Word but it's in italiano. How about "curriculam/resume" and in english also? It would be nice to see where that fine mind of yours has been and it might make people feel a little more comfortable with your work and products.
Be it Mr. Lorenzi or Mr. Davide, you are on the ball mister.
|4 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 07 Jun 2012 : 12:54:04
Thanks a lot David, I'll log in later and take a look. Also, I do feel more comfortable knowing that your second major language is english. And that may be true for others here in North America and the UK.
||Posted - 07 Jun 2012 : 09:06:11
in Italy we have no rules when using name and surname but I understand that in some places there are; usually we use surname/name, when signing we prefer name/surname. Somethimes we use also surname in uppercase then name capitalized ;-)
My name or first name is Davide, like David in english or american, my family name or surname is Lorenzi ;-)
A very small resume of myself can be seen in linkedin ;-)
||Posted - 06 Jun 2012 : 22:52:51
Ok - sure - no problem!
You're absolutely right. Download, translate and read. Appears to have a degree in computer science from a special tech school and placed high in his class at 56 out of 60.
A computer whiz with other interests including english, french and sports.
(It's Mr. Lorenzi, and his first name is David for us pilgrims on this side of the pond.)
|Jan van Londen
||Posted - 06 Jun 2012 : 17:33:01
Is your familyname Student or Donald? I'm teasing you (and if I make mistakes, it is because my native language is Dutch) beacuse I often get confrontated with people from the USA who think that their cultur is what it is for the whole world. Well, it is not. The fact that you write $1,234,567.00 instead of ?1.234.567,00 like we do, is a funny difference. And I like these differences.
David writes in Italian, that is what he does. And yes, I don't mind. I can even read it a little. If it where in English also, but German or French would be nice to.
Anyway, if I cannot read something, I consider it my own problem, which I have to solve.
By the way, I think it's Davide Lorenzi, Lorenzi beeing the family name.
I hope I didn't offend you by making too much errors in my text.