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.
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.
Why the name?
The Data Structures and Algorithms course of my faculty was the heaviest one of my BSc. During the course we had to perform ten weekly assignments, as homework. Each of them counted 0.5 points over 30 for the final course mark. The assignment were divided into four tasks, which were mostly tricky C and C++ implementation of data structures and algorithms for solving problems.
Task3 was always the bastard one.
Dot cc is an old UNIX extension for C++ files.
Several years after, I realized that CC may stand for Creative Commons, too.