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I started coding games in Assembly with a Sega 2000, Z80 computer (Pcs were not invented yet). I was 15, then started to study the C language reading a book by McGrawHill. Then came the Stroustroup's "OOP in C++" book, then Java, C#, etc.

Even though my job is no more about programming, I still like to code (not in Assembly luckily enough)

Vulcanino means "little volcano" in Italian. I've changed the C with the K letter: the K is not part of our alphabet, and that's why we like it so much (same with the X, Y and W).

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