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bio website google.it
location Trento, Italy
age 20
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Oct 16 at 17:16

Besides programming, I like computer gaming, bike riding, girls and beer :). I started programming in the far 2004 and I really enjoy learning new things, that's why I know a bit of C, C#, C++, assembly (x86), Python, Visual Basic, HTML and CSS. I also know something about how low level stuff works, like caches, pipelines, BPUs, ALUs etc.
I have read books such as Write Great Code (by Randall Hyde) and The microarchitecture of Intel, AMD and VIA CPUs (by Agner Fog), though I haven't understood well some parts of it ;). I don't consider myself a sunday programmer, in fact I think that studying and improving the algorithm is a very important part of my (future, hope) job.
In practice, I think that is important for me to learn a bit of everything so that I can make a good opinion about things, then I'll specialize in something if I like or need it.


Feb
3
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
6
comment GLIB_GSETTINGS not found while compiling gnome extension
Here and on askubuntu. Both questions aren't very popular so I cross-posted :(
Oct
5
comment GLIB_GSETTINGS not found while compiling gnome extension
Thank you, it works now. On ubuntu the package is named libglib2.0-dev though
Oct
5
accepted GLIB_GSETTINGS not found while compiling gnome extension
Oct
5
asked GLIB_GSETTINGS not found while compiling gnome extension
Apr
26
awarded  Scholar
Apr
26
accepted Disable random memory address generation in my programs
Apr
26
comment Disable random memory address generation in my programs
ok, it worked. thank you so much :)
Apr
26
awarded  Supporter
Apr
26
comment Disable random memory address generation in my programs
Got it. But it gives me "access denied" even with sudo
Apr
26
awarded  Student
Apr
26
asked Disable random memory address generation in my programs
Apr
26
awarded  Autobiographer