I am passionate about technology, especially electronics, *nix operating systems, and computer architecture. Since I was little I was fascinated by the circuits, chips and programs that made machines work. That's why I decided to study computer engineering and dedicate myself to teaching and research in this field. I am currently a professor of Linux sysadmins, supercomputing and computer architecture at a prestigious university. I love sharing my knowledge and experiences with my students and colleagues. I am also a blogger and author of the microprocessor encyclopedia Bitman's World, a reference work for lovers of the history and evolution of processors. In addition, I am also interested in hacking, Android, programming, and everything related to technological innovation. I am always willing to learn new things and face new challenges.