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Tommaso Cucinotta: Hobbies and spare time

My preferred hobby has always been programming and computers. I've been programming since I was in middle school on an old Commodore 64 in Basic and Assembler 6502. During the high school, I switched to an Amiga 500 with such languages as QBasic, Amiga Basic, Assembler 68000 and Pascal. In those ages, I used to waste time by writing a 100% assembly clone of the Sound Tracker, with an interface towards a very bad keyboard with no MIDI, which my brother (with more passion for electronics than computers) had unmounted, pulling out magically a set of wires connected to a mysterious box which could be plugged into the parallel port. Afterwards, it came the age of the PC with C/C++, Object-Oriented Programming, Design Patterns, HTML, JavaScript, Java, Perl, Python, Zope, AspectJ, and in the end modifying the Linux kernel.


Various

Some useful Emacs commands which ease both writing and programming tasks

A few contributions of mine to the open-source community

Small utility programs I made for myself


Main page Research activities Publications Talks MSc thesis projects Hobby and spare time Write me Last updated on
17 June 2017