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For those who cares, I'm Italian (Belluno - Northen Italy).

I have a master degree in Computer Science and a working experience started in 2003 with .Net technology (C# since Framework 1.1).

Bacause of the nature of the projects I've been involved in, I worked most of the time with Compact Framework versions (targeting Windows Mobile and WindowsCE).


Jul
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
comment When should I say “thee”?
Italian language shows different usages of other person modes when switching to the polite registry. I don't know the historical context of these forms, but currently (in order of likeliness to be used) you can adopt the 3rd singular female person ("Lei"), the 2nd plural ("Voi") or event the archaic 3rd plural ("Loro").
May
17
comment Phrase for ending up paying for having done a favor
In Italian, the phrase reads as "If you give him a hand, he'll take the arm". In same language, "Giving <someone> a hand" is the equivalent of "helping <someone>".
Dec
13
comment Word for “food only partially eaten”
Mmm... like the iWhatever apple?
Aug
2
comment What is the upper bound on “several”?
No absolute value could be a hard-limit. All terms should be considered in the context of the sentence. Quintillions could also be few, if we are counting the instants spent with the beloved one.
Jul
13
awarded  Student
Jul
13
asked What is the meaning associated to a baseball and a screw?
Jul
7
comment What is an expression for something you particularly like?
Maybe he/she hasn't a predilection for predilection.
Jun
7
comment When should I use archaic and obsolete words?
+1 for point 3 and +1 to @Rhodri for having plus-oned for point 3.
Apr
18
awarded  Supporter
Apr
15
awarded  Autobiographer