Computer Engineering (master degree) student at the University of Verona. This is the personal website where I post some thoughts and posts about what I do and my interests around Computer Science.
I am passionate about low-level stuff such as reverse engineering and binary exploitation. I routinely use Go as my programming language (because it is my favorite), but I also happen to use Java and Python. More rarely I write programs using C, however, remaining the programming language that is closest to hardware.
I’m also using Rust, as I have published a little project called pocket that rewrites a common MBA expression to a more complex one. Rust fits perfectly needs of usability, security and strong typing to create whatever project I need to develop.
I publish a few articles as soon as I can, as long as I am not busy with exams and social life. If you want to stay up to date, I recommend subscribing to the RSS feed.
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Necessary disclaimer: opinions expressed are solely my own and do not express the views or opinions of my employer.