Studio Ing. Aurelio Colosimo

 Embedded Software Engineering

Free and Open Source Code

I'm a free software user and fan, starting with Linux o.s: I began using it in 2000, both for personal and for professional goals. Anyway, I can not release under any open source license most of the code I wrote so far, being it copyrighted by my clients and/or by NDA clauses.

Anyway, I sometimes worked on open source projects; moreover, in my spare time I'm developing some own projects; last, I'm contributing to HelenOS, a microkernel Operating System developed by an international community.

For more information, please take a look at my webpage on Github platform.

Here below some of these projects are listed; I hope it will be useful to show my skills and my coding style; obviously, any contribution is welcome!

PPSi

http://www.ohwr.org/projects/ppsi

I implemented the first releases of PPSi, a PTP multi-platform daemon, originally developed for CERN's White Rabbit project.

bathos-mcuio

https://github.com/colosimo/bathos-mcuio

I contributed to develop bathos-mcuio: MCUIO protocol implementation on Bathos operating system, for remote handling of MCU I/Os on Linux. I worked both on MCU firmware and on needed Linux drivers (see below).

HelenOS

http://www.helenos.org/

https://launchpad.net/helenos

In my spare time, I'm sending some patches to HelenOS.

Linux

https://github.com/colosimo/linux

In the above link, my contributions to Linux kernel, regarding MCUIO drivers, are published.

P-SDR

https://github.com/colosimo/p-sdr

P-SDR (Portable Software Defined Radio) is one of my personal projects, addressed to radio amateurs: its aim is to release open source code, to be used on various platforms, spacing from modern and powerful PCs to embbedded and chip boards, even those based on MCUs.