Diego Andres Dimunzio
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Diego is an Argentina-based technical team leader with 19 years of experience in software and web development. At DG, he has served as Technical Lead for a range of projects and clients, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNDP, USAID, and the World Bank – overseeing software developers; managing priorities in partnership with the Project Manager; and advising the client on technical architecture. Currently, Diego is the Technical Lead of the Visualizing Insights on Fertilizer for African Agriculture (VIFAA) program. He focuses on coupling robust databases with intuitive, open-source visualization applications, which allows end users to interact with complex datasets. He is also expert at managing technical teams, from enterprise-level implementations to custom application development.
Diego has also led or contributed to a series of data visualization and database development projects for foundations, bilateral agencies, and universities. Diego earned his degree as a System Analyst, Escuela Superior de Comercio Manuel Belgrano (UNC), Argentina, in 2007.
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