I’m a Software Engineer in Biotechware, a manufacturer of portable telemedicine devices.

GNU/Linux developer for the openmamba distribution and also the creator of several open source projects, among which, there are:

  • Cygwin Easy, an autorun disk for Windows to get a Unix-like environment without having to install anything,
  • SimBloSys, a simple system in PHP to manage a blog, just based on ATOM files and without using any type of database,
  • whichapp, a little utility useful to locate a macOS application in the system,
  • rpmcd, a command line command to change directory to any rpm working directories,
  • gtts, an easy access to Google Text-To-Speech (TTS) service from command line,
  • DISK, a collection of command line tools very useful to play with disk images,
  • Universiade Acronyms, a phone app with the list of acronyms used during the Winter Universiade of Torino 2007,
  • Olympic Acronyms, a phone app with the list of acronyms used during the Olympic Winter Games of Torino 2006,
  • DMML, a photo album organizer made in XML with XSLT to generate an HTML page,
  • ANSI, a batch script to handle ANSI.SYS driver.

Lover of all types of operating systems, I try to use multiplatform software in order to use them everywhere.

Open source supporter, I try to bring more people in this world, also with the laboratories that I take from the beginning for the GNU/Linux course at the Polytechnic University of Turin.

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