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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
  
My first meeting with Linux, has been at university, during the course of "advanced Linux" with Daniel P. Bovet (the author of Understanding the Linux Kernel). I felt in love. Now I've been working on Linux for three years. I'm a researcher in the embedded systems field, in particular, design and implementation of Linux embedded platforms for telecommunication systems. In addition, the scope of my activity is extended to the study of Linux Real-Time and Linux High-availability aspects.
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My first meeting with Linux, has been at university, during the course of "advanced Linux" with Daniel P. Bovet (the author of Understanding the Linux Kernel). I fell in love. Now I've been working on Linux for three years. I'm a researcher in the embedded systems field, in particular, design and implementation of Linux embedded platforms for telecommunication systems. In addition, the scope of my activity is extended to the study of Linux Real-Time and Linux High-availability aspects.
  
 
== My recent eLinux wiki activity ==
 
== My recent eLinux wiki activity ==
  
 
I've been worked on the PRAMFS for a while, I added XIP feature to it and I made some benchmark to test the results [[Pram_Fs]].
 
I've been worked on the PRAMFS for a while, I added XIP feature to it and I made some benchmark to test the results [[Pram_Fs]].

Revision as of 00:18, 9 December 2008

Marco Stornelli

This is the user page of Marco Stornelli.

Background

My first meeting with Linux, has been at university, during the course of "advanced Linux" with Daniel P. Bovet (the author of Understanding the Linux Kernel). I fell in love. Now I've been working on Linux for three years. I'm a researcher in the embedded systems field, in particular, design and implementation of Linux embedded platforms for telecommunication systems. In addition, the scope of my activity is extended to the study of Linux Real-Time and Linux High-availability aspects.

My recent eLinux wiki activity

I've been worked on the PRAMFS for a while, I added XIP feature to it and I made some benchmark to test the results Pram_Fs.