Marco Iannacone was born in Milano (Italy) in 1969: same year of first human Lunar landing, several months before first UNIX release, 2 years before Ray Tomlinson sent the first e-mail message and Captain Crunch had a cheap long distance call, 7 years before Woz made amazing things with 1Mhz CPU, and 15 years before copyleft creation.
Marco is among the first italian bloggers (started in early 1996), and for a long time he has been considered one of the Italian expert for Linux.
He was trained by the Israeli Company Xpert Unix System (at that time one of the most qualified company in networking and security technologies).
Among his first early experiences we can mention the design and implementation of several Internet Providers and some complex Intranet/Extranet services During the '90 he was also Technical Editor for several italian magazines, among which: Inter.Net, HighTech Server e Apogeo
Between 1997 and 1999 was very active in promoting Linux and in general opensource in Italy: he developed and maintained it.comp.linux FAQ and supported SuSE Linux GmbH in localizing their distribution.
Later he worked for some multinational corporation in Italy and abroad and he gained extensive knowledge on internetworking, technical/infrastructure management and optimization.
Marco is NOT an Engineer but he is interested in everything with a working CPU.
Recently he decided to dedicate his competencies in developing solutions to support kids with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) and Special Education Needs (SEN) and he founded the company Digitally Different Srl.
He still do some consultancy activity in IT infrastructure & Networking and security and - in his spare time - holds a full time managerial role in Vodafone.
For more information have a look at his Linkedin profile.