- My name is Diego Zamboni. I am an IT architect, computer scientist, security expert, consultant, project and team leader, programmer, sysadmin, author and overall geek. I am from Mexico but live in Switzerland with my beautiful wife and our two awesome daughters.
- I work as Global Security Architect at AWS. I am also the author of “Learning CFEngine”, “Learning Hammerspoon” and a few other books.
- I was born in Argentina, but have moved around all my life. When I was very young I moved to Mexico, where I lived in four different cities before moving to the U.S. to pursue my Ph.D. at Purdue University under the direction of Gene Spafford. Upon finishing my studies, my wife and I decided to go to Switzerland, where I worked at the IBM Zurich Research Lab. Eight years and two kids later, we moved to Mexico in late 2009. In 2015, we moved back to Switzerland.
- Long version:
- If you are interested, here’s my Curriculum Vitae. For other useless trivia about me, see here.
About this site
This entire site is generated by Hugo and served by Netlify.
The source is stored in my zzamboni/zzamboni.org GitLab repository. I use ox-hugo to generate the content from a single source file in org-mode format, although all the older articles and pages are still stored in their original source Markdown files (I gradually convert them whenever I update them). Some of my project pages are stored in the
gh-pages branch of their own GitHub repositories.
I think it’s incredible that all of this infrastructure is so easy to use and available for free.
My online past
- During this time my blog went through several iterations, hosted/powered by Posterous, Jekyll, Octopress, Postach.io and Enwrite. Most blog entries from this period have been merged into my current blog;
- My blog titled BrT, powered mainly by a self-hosted Wordpress installation, with some intermixed use of Posterous. What you find at the link is a static archive copy;
- My hand-maintained
web page at Purdue University (the original has disappeared, here’s a mirror).
- C128 Code (code header background) is from the source code listing from my Commodore 128 program Supercataloguer 128.
- Scrabble letters (blog header background) from Pexels, licensed under CC0.
- All other header background photos were taken either by my wife or me.
If you have any concerns or questions about the images used in this site, please let me know.