I consider myself a hacker in the true meaning of the word:

“A person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systems and how to stretch their capabilities, as opposed to most users, who prefer to learn only the minimum necessary.”

— Eric S. Raymond, The Jargon File

I am a passionate programmer and open source advocate, a technology enthusiast and a devoted Star Trek fan. Throughout my professional career I have been working as a developer, technical writer, software architect, and product manager.

Lately I have progressively abandoned social networks and started a never-ending quest for high-quality, thought-provoking and life-enriching content on the Internet. If I am finding anything interesting, I am posting it on 2c.fyi, which is my own personal URL-shortener/micro blog/bookmark manager.

I have also built my own ecosystem of little tools I needed, and I find it very rewarding. I am growing more and more dissatisfied with the current state of popular software programs, always bloated and always connected, and I guess I am trying to do something about that in my own way.

These days, the best way to contact me is through good old-fashioned email: basically it’s this domain without the TLD at the domain.

About this Web Site

This site is now built with HastySite, my very own static site generator. Over the years, the site went through several iterations characterized by different visual themes and technology stacks, you can read about it here.


Special thanks to the following people, who made this web site possible:

  • David J. Perry, who designed the Cardo font used for the H3RALD logo.
  • atypo foundry, who designed the Noway font used for the text on this site.
  • Philipp Nurullin, who designed the JetBrains Mono font used for the code blocks on this site.
  • Daniel Bruce, designer of the Entypo font, used for the icons on this web site.