clabacchio

Pesaro, Italy

about.me/clabacchio

Age: 27

I've got a MSc in Electrical Engineering, a PDEng from TU/e Eindhoven and I'm "currently looking around for work opportunities" (read: unemployed).

I love basketball, bikes, outdoor life, travelling, photography, and - last but not least - books.

Community moderator on Electrical Engineering since August 2012.

Cheat sheet (Thank you Nick!)
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Apr
18
awarded Notable Question
Apr
15
awarded Notable Question
Apr
4
revised About Oscilloscope Probing Philosophy
added 30 characters in body
Mar
21
awarded Nice Answer
Mar
21
comment My rude/offensive flags on insulting comments were declined
I'm afraid I disagree with that moderator. The comment was indeed unnecessarily rude I believe.
Mar
16
revised PCB printer - etcher
deleted 196 characters in body
Mar
16
asked What to look for in a CNC PCB router?
Mar
14
accepted Can you freeze liquids to pass security checks?
Mar
8
awarded Famous Question
Mar
4
awarded Yearling
Mar
4
awarded Yearling
Feb
18
comment Why isn't there Electronics careers page?
I'm not saying it shouldn't be done, just that maybe someone thought it wouldn't have the same success as Stack Overflow's. I guess it takes some time and investment to run a site like that, and maybe it's not yet worthy. I'm just speculating here.
Feb
16
awarded Supporter
Feb
16
comment Why isn't there Electronics careers page?
I think the same answer applies here, adding that probably the site is not large enough yet.
Feb
15
comment What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
May not be relevant, but which aperture setting did you use?
Feb
15
comment What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
@OlinLathrop well I didn't imply it was the image of the lens cap, my procedure was aimed to detect anomalies in the sensor. Would I try to examine the footprint of the lens cap, I would definitely need a darker place to prevent leaks.
Feb
14
answered What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
Feb
11
answered Clearly identify beginner or experienced questions?
Feb
7
revised Can not set up ISR for PIC24F08KA101
appended answer 152896 as supplemental
Feb
5
reviewed Close should AC ground (earth) and DC ground be connected?
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