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==Hello World==
 
 
 
Something about me.
 
Something about me.
 
I'm a legal scholar, let's put it this way. I teach law to to-be computer scientists at the [http://www.unibz.it/inf/ University of Bolzano (Italy)] and at the [http://www.jus.unitn.it University of Trento (Italy)].
 
I'm a legal scholar, let's put it this way. I teach law to to-be computer scientists at the [http://www.unibz.it/inf/ University of Bolzano (Italy)] and at the [http://www.jus.unitn.it University of Trento (Italy)].
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I even wrote a book (in Italian), about the legal implications (very broadly speaking) of free software. It's titled [http://www.jus.unitn.it/DSG/pubblicazioni/collana/rossato/home.html Law and Architecture in the Digital Space].
 
I even wrote a book (in Italian), about the legal implications (very broadly speaking) of free software. It's titled [http://www.jus.unitn.it/DSG/pubblicazioni/collana/rossato/home.html Law and Architecture in the Digital Space].
   
But I do belong to a [http://www.jus.unitn.it Department of Legal Science].
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I belong to a [http://www.jus.unitn.it Department of Legal Science].
   
 
In this wiki I'm trying to finish a tutorial on monads and monadic transformers.
 
In this wiki I'm trying to finish a tutorial on monads and monadic transformers.
   
 
If you are interested and want to help, here it is:
 
If you are interested and want to help, here it is:
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[[The Monadic Way]]
 
[[The Monadic Way]]
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I also wrote an introduction to monads that pretends to be funny:
   
 
[[Meet Bob The Monadic Lover]]
 
[[Meet Bob The Monadic Lover]]
You can contact me at the following address:
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I'd love the get some feedback: it could be very helpful for improving the above tutorials.
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If you want you can use the talk pages or contact me directly at the following address:
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andrea dot rossato at unibz dot it.
 
andrea dot rossato at unibz dot it.
   
 
Have fun!
 
Have fun!
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- [[User:AndreaRossato|Andrea Rossato]]

Revision as of 09:38, 6 September 2006

Something about me. I'm a legal scholar, let's put it this way. I teach law to to-be computer scientists at the University of Bolzano (Italy) and at the University of Trento (Italy).

I even wrote a book (in Italian), about the legal implications (very broadly speaking) of free software. It's titled Law and Architecture in the Digital Space.

I belong to a Department of Legal Science.

In this wiki I'm trying to finish a tutorial on monads and monadic transformers.

If you are interested and want to help, here it is:

The Monadic Way

I also wrote an introduction to monads that pretends to be funny:

Meet Bob The Monadic Lover

I'd love the get some feedback: it could be very helpful for improving the above tutorials.

If you want you can use the talk pages or contact me directly at the following address:

andrea dot rossato at unibz dot it.

Have fun!

- Andrea Rossato