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bio website roberto-aloi.com
location Stockholm, Sweden
age 31
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Because of my academic career, I’m interested in software engineering, human - computer interaction, user interfaces, graphics, databases, web applications and more.

As the final thesis for my Bachelor's degree, I implemented a garbage collector for a Java Virtual Machine (named Juice) targeted to embedded systems with real time requirements. As the final thesis for my Master's degree, I designed an access control mechanism for the Content Management System Joomla (www.joomla.org). It was successfully used for an e-learning solution.

I spent my last years discovering the Erlang language and getting addicted to it.


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Thanks. I have changed GitHub username recently. Updated.
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Is there a shortcut for the "Click to Tweet" button itself?
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Even if you leave the script to a mere 'cat', the solution doesn't work for me. I've voted up your question because it's very detailed and explains the concept, but I didn't feel marking it as "accepted" straight away because it didn't work for me and it would discourage other users to post alternative solutions. I will mark it as accepted in a couple of days as "best answer" if no other answers are available. Said that, there's a section in the FAQs about etiquette and rudeness, which you might want to read: apple.stackexchange.com/faq#etiquette