Anthony Corletti


Hey! I'm Anthony 👋

I'm a founder and software developer with a focus on developer tools and cloud computing.

What I'm up to

I'm currently building and exploring new ways that people interact with distributed computer systems and collaborate with each other. Stay tuned for updates!

Where I'm from

I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA (LGP!🐧) in an Italian-American household.

I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2015 with a Bachelors of Science in Information Systems. Most of my coursework was in software engineering, economics, computer science, and music.

Where I'm at now

I'm currently living in Brooklyn 🗽 and loving it. I'll be here for a long while.

What I used to do

I was the first platform engineering hire at Galileo where I built and scaled the team to over 15 members of technical staff and built the core APIs, automation, and deployment orchestration for Galileo's enterprise ML analytics platform, and shipped the platform to over 10 enterprise customers.

I was the first engineering hire for Gridwise where I built and scaled the platform from it's earliest stages to a nationwide (USA) ridesharing analytics platform and promotional marketplace.

I was also the CTO of Signal Distribution; a new kind of music distribution company that enabled global royalty collection, distribution, and publishing admin all in one place. Around the time Signal was winding up, I founded my own startup, Astrobase. Which I ran for a couple of years before deciding to shut down the company and run it as a side project.

I also spent some time teaching in Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science as a Research Software Engineer for the Cloud Computing course in the masters program.

A while ago, I worked at Capital One where I was working on infrastructure and automation for CreditWise, Secured Card, and Capital One Labs.

What else

I enjoy hanging out with friends and family, working out, digging for new and old music, DJing, reading, programming, and checking out the local food scene. Music is a hobby of mine, and I love to tinker around at the intersection of music and technology.

I love learning about programming languages, frameworks, tools, cloud computing services, and research on software systems. My favorite book on the subject is Designing Data-Intensive Applications by Martin Kleppmann.

If you'd like to get in touch, I'd love to hear from you. You can connect with me through any of my accounts listed on this page.