Enrico is an Italian programmer based in Sweden with a strong passion for software quality and vintage computers. He took his first programming steps with the Logo turtle on an Olivetti M24 that his father had brought home. Since then, he has spent most of his time in the Microsoft and Java camps, writing everything from command-line utilities to large distributed systems. He is also a speaker, who regularly presents on topics such as Object-oriented design, Unit testing, TDD, BDD, Continuous Deployment, PowerShell, and Git. In his spare time, Enrico contributes to AutoFixture — an open source .NET library for automated testing — and collects vintage mechanical keyboards. Enrico works at tretton37 and can be found blogging on megakemp.com or tweeting at @ecampidoglio.