Welcome to H3RALD.com. This site used to be a fairly active blog back in the early 2000s, but sadly I progressively lost interest in writing articles, perhaps because I didn't have anything new to write about that you couldn't find elsewhere. However, all the content is still here, so feel free to browse through the articles section.

As I progressively neglected writing, I started creating more and more small programs and tools to perform common tasks, mostly using the Nim programming language. They are all open source, they all have a dedicated project page here, and there's some pretty decent documentation for most of them. You can find them all in the projects section.

At any rate, thank you for stopping by!

— Fabio


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.

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 owner.


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