Diego Germán González

I was born in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires in 1971. I taught myself computer science with the Commodore 64 and Linux with a failed Debian installation without having any idea what I was doing or a Windows installation disk. On Google I found Ubuntu and that's where our relationship began. I am a content creator on topics of technology, artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship and personal productivity. As a person with a visual disability, I am especially interested in how Linux and free software can help overcome limitations. In 2013 I wrote a book called "From Windows XP to Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander", I was a contributor to Linux+DVD magazine and edited my own blog called Planeta Diego.