In the development world, I enjoy contributing to open source, beta testing, web frameworks and do some reverse … Since I’m still learning, my life is a long, learning journey. While working in IT I love to expand my skills by learning new technologies and trying out new hardware and software. I mainly taught myself by tinkering and seeing how things work, which is why I love hands-on approach to IT instead of a purely theory based approach.
The best approach to learning is not theory alone, but practical hands-on, being able to see progress, see failure in real-life situations or even simulations, is the best way of boosting growth and accommodating improvement, something that a pure theory based approach cannot achieve. While this may not apply in every situation, a sizeable portion of day-to-day working life should be dedicated to practical learning, troubleshooting and otherwise.
Currently waiting for new challenges while doing some of my hobbies … ;)
If you haven’t noticed, I’m not a writer by any means. I create this blog to share my experiences and challenges learning code along with some helpful insights and resources as I teach myself. It was built with Jekyll, a static website generator powered by Ruby.
I use this website for several purposes including:
- general info about me for people who are curious
- a place to publish things I discover
- a venue for practice new things I’m learning
I have a full-time job right now, but I’m an open-minded person who likes new challenges, so if you have one for me, just drop me a message. I’m open for interesting events, projects, conferences, organizing trainings, workshops and public speaking opportunities. I’m also open for interesting affiliate programs and partnerships related to the content of this blog and my personal projects. If you want to begin cooperation, feel free to contact me at
Let’s talk about some stuff. Here are the various ways you can contact me. Choose wisely … ;)
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