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Born an living in the suburbs of Milan (Italy), I graduated in 1989 as a Master Electronic Engineer, specializing in information technology an inter-networking systems and plants.

Interested in programming since the early '80s, today working mainly in C++ and D programming languages, in libraries development.


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answered Linux Programmer moving to Windows
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answered Meaningful concise method naming guidelines
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
@dsign: Post edited, see the link
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answered Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
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comment Steps required to start programming in C++ to develop native applications
"Standard C++" run on multiple device only for console character based apps, since that's the only IO model the standard C++ library support. Everything else is "beyond the standard" and cannot work "properly" on multiple devices without castrating then to a shared common denominator.
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answered Steps required to start programming in C++ to develop native applications
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answered What's the best place for a high school programmer to get his work noticed?
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answered Books about learning programming with C++ as a first language
Dec
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comment Should I not show all my skills?
@JonSkeet: that's a natural consequence of the "unknown measure of the universal knoweledge": Anyone is "more expert than yesterday" but no-one can compare with his tomorrow experience, since he cannot completly figure out what it will be. If today I know 1 (and yesterday 0) I know infinite more than yesterday. If today I know 101 and yesterday 100 I know 1% more than yestreday. But knowing just 10 doesn't make me aware that 100 exist, while knowing 100 (after I knew about 10) makes me wonder about 1000.
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answered What performance can we expect from std::string's c_str()? Always constant time?
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answered Is it legal or ethical for me to use my previous employer's code in a new project?
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answered When does the “Do One Thing” paradigm become harmful?
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comment How many are too many interfaces on a class?
:-)))))))))))))
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