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Name

William Weber Berrutti

Alias

Cyantusk

Motto

"Challenges create opportunities"

Title

Python / Bash / Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence / Linux / Website Developer, Privacy and Free Software Advocate, Modder, Tutor, Researcher, Semi-Professional Gamer, Game Designer, Translator

Education

Bachelor of Computer Science at UFRGS's Informatics Institute

Academic Activities

Industrial Automation, Memory Testing, and Teaching

Areas of Interest

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science (although I have no experience), Digital Rights, SysAdmin, and Video Games

Programming Methodologies

XP programming, KISS principle, and John Romero's programming principles

Technological Preferences

Linux and Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)

Theology

Cessationist Post-Tribulationist Reformed Calvinist Christian

Description

When I was a kid, my dad presented a tool called "computer." Since then, I got interested in learning about computers, mostly because of video games. I asked myself: "How they do these amazing games?" so I decided to study Computer Science.

I love challenges, learning, programming, interacting and keeping in touch with people, philosophize, playing on PC, drawing, teaching, and role-playing.

I'm also very interested on how the computer interferes with the society around the world, specially regarding human rights. I constantly evaluate how the technologies we use interfere with them and what we can do to protect them.

I love Linux and the benefits that FOSS gives to users. I'm comfortable using a Linux-based operating system daily on my computer. At the moment, I'm using Arch.

I love to hear constructive criticism and suggestions because, that way, I grow as a person and as a professional, working better for others.

I adopted the Reformed theology because that's the most consistant biblical point of view which doesn't glorify the human being at all, in my opinion.