12/14/14

Hard Work Over the Holidays

First of all, I would like to thank everyone who has subscribed to my blog and has been reading my posts.

I did not post during the last few weeks as I was on a much needed vacation in the beautiful country of Myanmar. If you ever wanted to get away from the internet, make this place your choice! Temples (and their music which you will start to hate), Buddhas (which you will count first and ignore afterwards), nowhere-else-to-be-found food (always with chicken) and floating gardens (floating food, how awesome is that!).

On my return I was contacted by Codility (whose challenges kinda became the main topic of my posts lately). As it happens, we, the bloggers, received a gift package (that made me more enthusiastic than it should). Yaaay! So here is the extremely bad photo I made today!

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So, without much talk, I should say that I have put myself to the task of completing the Solutions page over the holidays. There is not much to do anyways (besides overeating and watching Die Hard and Home Alone). At the time of writing, there are eight unfinished tasks (mostly because I do not know how to solve them) and one hell of a lot of Challenges that need to be posted. In contract to the tasks, I already have some of those solved.

Happy coding everyone!


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04/15/14

A Brag About Socializing

I am not going to speak about the importance of technical contacts for very long. Rather I will put location of those into perspective.

Shaking handsKnowing people, affairs and news in technology should be the prime quest for every professional. I’ve noticed a correlation between the quality of a developer and his/her interest in technology. Not only developers (the main target of my blogging), but designers, testers, sales personnel and everybody else as well. It is what allows us to keep in touch with reality and not remain hidden in our personal shells. By keeping an eye on the technology market, you ain’t as likely to miss the next big thing.

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03/2/14

Ukraine and the Development of One’s Opinion

The recent situation in Europe should be watched by a keen and insightful eye by everyone. As of the time of writing this post, Russia has occupied its military bases in Crimea and the US has risen a finger saying ‘Bad Russia, you dare not touch our minions’. But every coin has two sides…

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07/5/13

Thinking Big… Thinking TEDx

It’s been an exciting day, full of good speakers.

Nothing wraps the day up as a Entry Blog by a, up to this moment unknown, small girl talking almost in tears about the importance of TEDx to her personal progress.. She was not older than 15… People of her age are actually able to integrate all of the ideas into their cognitive tools-box. She said, that it is of the utter most importance to try. To make the human-hive, the planet a better place. As I might add, ‘Why doesn’t someone do something about it? Then, by the strike of sudden smartness You realize that You are that someone!’. Continue reading


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