My name is Marco Marinello, I am 18 years old and I come from Bolzano, Italy.
Since I was a child I have always found computers and their operation intriguing. Growing up, I realized that I was not interested in how they were made inside, but rather in their software.
It was my father who introduced me in the world of computer science, teaching me the basics of Linux system administration that he had studied. As a matter of fact, in his school and in all South Tyrol region a modified version of Debian (”FUSS”) had been installed. Helping him with the maintenance of the LAN has encouraged me to develop an interest in programming. Since then I have studied by myself Python and HTML, which are languages that I still use today.
Between 2014 and 2015 I started working on the FUSS project as a contributor. This experience was the one that influenced me the most, allowing me to explore the mentality of free software and to become a convinced supporter. During my time at FUSS, which I am still working at, I had the privilege to meet and work with people from both the didactic and academic fields, who have provided for my training.
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A collection of articles and links.
Workshop sul progetto FUSS dell’Intendenza scolastica italiana
Cemin e Marinello i guru bolzanini del software libero
Software-Award in Bozen vergeben
SFScon award, vincono un professore e uno studente
Conoscenza libera e sapere condiviso: il South Tyrol Free Software Award premia la scuola
South Tyrol Free Software Award vergeben
South Tyrol free software award
I vincitori del South-Tyrol Free Software Award 2019 sono Piergiorgio Cemin e Marco Marinello, congratulazioni!
Al Noi Techpark si discute di software libero
Bolzano diventa capitale del software libero Al Techpark premiato il progetto Fuss Gubello: giusto puntare sull’open source