I was born on 23rd April 1987. I live in Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy.
I am PhD student in Computer Science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.
My research interests include Human Aspects in empirical Software Engineering with psychological measurements, Web Engineering, Open-Access, Open-Data, Open-Science, and Open-Source.
I am a student member of the ACM, SIGSOFT, IEEE, and the IEEE Computer Society.
My ORCID public record is 0000-0002-9107-7681.
I am a figshare user. I employ this service to host research artifacts, negative results, datasets, posters, and some papers. Everything posted there is Open Data and Open Access.
Task3.cc is a collection of articles regarding Computer Science, Operating Systems, Internet, Trends , University Staff, Software Engineering. They are in form of how-to, personal thoughts, reports, papers etc. It also hosts my personal software projects, all of them being open-source.
You may be curious on the origin of the task3.cc domain name.
The Data Structures and Algorithms course of my faculty is one of the heaviest. During the course we had to do ten assignments, mostly in C and C++ code. Each assignment counted for 0.5 points over 30 in the final mark and were terribily long (they normally took us an entire weekend for finishing them). Every assignment was divided in four tasks. Task3 was usually the most bastard one. Dot cc is an old UNIX extension for C++ files.
Very simple and precise.
Let’s end with some colors: