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Manuel Frigerio

Creator, nerdpreneur, foodie, wine lover.


My name is Manuel. I'm an Entrepreneur, project manager & full-stack Ruby on Rails developer.

I have 5+ years of experience in managing large projects, where I usually take care of the entire development process.

I'm currently travelling the world as a digital nomad based in Italy 🇮🇹 .

Things I can do

Product Management

I know how to deliver excellence at neckbreak speed. Always lean and agile.


I can build almost anything, from simple WP websites to very complex web applications.

UX Design

From idea to implementation. I can guide you through the best practices of UX.

Things I've done


Founder and CTO. Platform to create viral contests. Over 6 million leads generated.

Silicon Drinkabout

Front-end developer. Drinkabout is the heart of London's Tech Community .


Mentor @ Google Launchpad X program.


CTO @EventNinja, a platform for Eventbrite users to improve their marketing efforts through analytics.


Lead Developer @ Crukafe, a global seller of organic and fair-trade coffee.

Terence Blacker

Lead developer. Personal blog of the renowned "The Independent" columnist and books writer.

Things I

Growing up in Italy, I love food and good wine.
I'm vegetarian and semi-obsessed with healthy eating habits, hence I cook a lot and experiment with new recipes.

Another thing I'm obsessed with is books. My favourite topics are business, psychology, history and philosophy. I'm currently reading Tools of Titans, by Tim Ferriss, "Homo Deus", by Yuval Noah Harari. (here's my library)

I love design and great UX. I've developed extensive knowledge about user interfaces and I've taught Design & UX in private courses in London.

Lastly, and as cliché as it may sound, I'm a fanatic traveller. I've travelled AND lived in 15 different countries so far (see my travels here). In October 2016 I embarked on a 8 month trip as a solo traveller across India, China, Indonesia, Thailand and Japan.

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