Dario de Judicibus

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Born: Jun 25, 1960 AD
Currently alive, at 54 years of age.

Nationality: Italian
Categories: Journalist


1960 - Dario de Judicibus was born in Brescia, Italy, on the 25th of June. He was a journalist, writer of essays and novels, consultant of computer science and business strategy, involved in social volunteering.

 

1984 - Obtained the Laurea degree in Physics.

 

1986 - He joined IBM, where he worked as a consultant. He is an expert of problem solving and decision taking methodologies. After a period that he dedicated to researches in software reuse and object-oriented programming, he began to work on knowledge management, being a pioneer in his country.

 

He was invited as a speaker on that subject in various Italian universities and academic institutes.

 

1999 - He founded Padri ad Ore (part-time fathers), an association sustaining the Biparentalness Principle, which states that a child has the right to continue to maintain a strong relationship with both parents even if divorced.

 

2003 - He founded, with other associations, the Italian National Federation for Biparentalness (Fe.N.Bi.), of which he is national councillor. The mission of Fe.N.Bi. is to sustain peer opportunities between parents in divorces, and advocate biparentalness principle.

 

2004 - Founded the digital magazine «L'Indipendente»; among his collaborators there are few journalists. It has also a personal site.

 

Dario de Judicibus wrote several articles on Italian computer magazines as MC Microcomputer, Internet News and internet.pro. He is also author of two books about Internet, and two essays of psychology.

 

2006 - Published his first novel of fantasy: «La Lama Nera» (The Black Blade).

 

«TCP/IP in pillole», Tecniche Nuove, 2002 (1999¹), ISBN 88-481-1441-5 «Imparare XML in 6 ore», Tecniche Nuove, 2000 ISBN 88-481-1098-3 «Le 10 Regole dei Buoni Genitori», Armenia, 2003, ISBN 88-344-1505-1 «Le 10 Regole per Vivere Sereni», Armenia, 2005, ISBN 88-344-1803-4 «La Lama Nera», First volume of the «Cycle of Black Blade», Armenia, 2006, ISBN 88-344-1882-4

 

 

 

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