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Italian card game: Seven and Half ver. 2.0

, 26 Apr 2012
This is an Italian game card, programmed with MFC and C++ STL, enjoy!

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About the Author

Maurus
Software Developer (Senior)
Italy Italy
I am born in 1965 in Ascoli Piceno (Italy).
 
My email is maurus@rocketmail.com
 
HIGHER EDUCATION:
Degree in Computer Science with a mark of 95/110,
University of Pisa in July 1992.
KNOWLEDGE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES:
Mother tongue Italian.
Very good knowledge of both English and French.
 
COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE:
Operating systems:
Windows, Windows CE.
real time systems on micro.
 
Programming languages:
C, C++, VisualC++, Pascal, Basic, Coral, Assembly, Win32.
Libraries:
Qt, STL, Roguewave, OpenGL, MFC.
Tools
Cycle V, Design Patterns
Frameworks:
Visual Studio, DevC++, Qt Creator, Codewarrior
Micro: Mitsubishi, Texas DSP, Intel.
 
WORKING EXPERIENCES:
From april 1994 to march 2000 I worked in Gem Elettronica (http://www.gemrad.com) in San Benedetto del Tronto (Italy), a company that produce real time systems, naval radars, geographical position system (G.P.S.), cartographical consoles in civil and military environment (Custom Officers, Italian Militar Navy, Carabinieri).
I developed software in C/C++ inside a team work environment for international naval radar sites. I cooperated with other programmers of the Lockheed Martin Company, the Rohde & Schwarze and the Alenia Marconi Systems.
I mainly worked with real time systems, localisation radio and GPS systems.
 
From march 2000 to july 2001 I worked in Ericsson Cables (http://www.ericsson.com/networktechnologies) in Sundbyberg (Sweden).
I developed software for fusion splicers in a Windows CE environment in C++, Win32, MFC.
Video analyses, micro motor motion and micro cameras.
 
From August 2001 to February 2003
I worked in France, Paris developing in C++ under Windows, for a French company that produced software to share informations.
 
From March 2003
I am actually working in my first company Gem Elettronica.
I also develop Vessel Traffic Systems and Laser Gyrosteps interfaces.
My current job is to manage projects with naval and river radars.
 
We used Qt, Win32, MFC, C++, STL, DLL, OpenGL
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