I use C, AWK, sed, Bash, Python, slurm, and WebRTC.
I am very religious: I belong to the church of Emacs.
2003 MSc Physics, Bari University (IT)
2008 PhD Physical-chemistry, Edinburgh University (UK)
2008 -- 2009 Research associate, Vanderbilt University (USA)
2009 -- 2010 Research associate, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (USA)
2011 -- 2013 Research associate, Leiden University Medical Center (NL)
2013 -- 2015 Research associate, Radboud University Medical Center (NL)
2015 -- 2016 Software Developer & System Administrator, Leiden University Observatory (NL)
2016 -- now Software Developer & System Administrator, Lorentz Institute Leiden University (NL)
Please feel free to contact me for
Android Apps development: Native, Android API, and Cordova
Data analysis: C, Fortran, Gnuplot, Xmgrace, R
Custom programming: C, Fortran, Python
System administration: GNU/Linux, Puppet
Cluster management: slurm
Free software: Free as in freedom (not as in free beer!)
status.fsf.org updates from everyone!
An iPhone application that attempts to detect whether ISPs are throttling online services is now available on Apple's App Store, despite Apple originally refusing to allow it onto iPhones and iPads: https://u.fsf.org/2fy @fsf
"Why does the patent system respect the will of the greedy, and not the will of the idealistic?" Jarek Duda, known for introducing Asymmetric Numeral Systems asks in a new article on End Software Patents: https://u.fsf.org/2fx @fsf
my.fsf.org maintenance is complete! I would post from the FSF account, but Dana went home and I don't know the login info. Also, this is my first post here. Weeee. @iank