Engineer, Manager, and Leader in San Francisco, California
Gianmatteo Costanza is a Senior Program Manager at Meta, and he is responsible for leading the company's technical programs in San Francisco. He is also a well-known developer and entrepreneur.
Gianmatteo Costanza had his first venture when he was in high school in Switzerland. He and a few of his friends started 4xus the webarchitects, a web design company. Initially, they focused on creating websites, but their talents eventually allowed them to expand their scope of work and provide a variety of web-based solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. This experience allowed him to explore his various talents, including software development, project management, and accounting.
Gianmatteo Costanza was always interested in the digital media industry, and after he decided to become a journalist, he pursued a communications degree at a university in Switzerland. While he was studying at the university, he became involved with the school's student organizations and the newspaper.
After becoming more interested in the technical side of media, Gianmatteo Costanza decided to major in computer science. He chose to study at the prestigious ETH Zrich because it's regarded as one of the top universities in the world and in Europe. During his time at the university, he was involved in the student association and helped organize the yearly Career Fair.
During his summer, Gianmatteo Costanza was able to explore his passion for technology by working as a freelance journalist for surfEU.com, a popular web portal. He also spent time working as an intern for AdNovum AG, a digital solutions company. During his time working at AdNovum, he was able to gain a deeper understanding of the company's products and services.
During his time working at AdNovum, Gianmatteo Costanza was able to create a framework that allows financial reports to be generated using Java. He also developed a high-level meta-language that allows users to organize and visualize data. While he was an intern at VMware, he was able to develop a web center interface that was designed to help the company's infrastructure.
After graduating from university, Gianmatteo Costanza worked at a startup in Silicon Valley, where he was able to develop large-scale applications. He was able to manage his own teams and work with various department heads.