I research in Software Engineering and Information Systems.
My current fields of research lie in Human Factors in Software Development.
I also am very interested in Internet Technologies and Open source software. I collaborate with people in developing websites and Android applications.
My Bachelor thesis work in Computer Science advanced the state of the art research on Dynamic Carpooling. The work was carried on at the Fondazione Bruno Kessler. See the Dycapo website for more details.
My Master thesis work in Software Engineering is on the impact of affective states (emotion, mood) on skills and productivity in software development. I performed the research at S4FS research group at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.
My favorite programming language is Python, although I have skills in other programming languages such as Java and C++.
I mainly listen to progressive rock & metal music and used to sing in two bands. Now I am studying electric bass guitar playing.
I spend my (very scarce) free time around with friends and colleagues. I also maintain some projects, released as free software.
By the way, I am also known as dgraziotin on the Web. I was once known as bodom_lx, BodomLx on the Web.
I am also known as Hersir in music context.
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 curios on the choose of the 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.