I like computers and everything about them.
Software engineering is my passion, which has been true for more than 20 years and, as it appears, this won't change.
Software engineering is also my profession (for the last 13 years), and this won't change either.
In the years I was involved in many software projects, smaller or bigger. That provided me a great experience and opportunity to decide, implement and learn. And I learned a lot. Software is not just about programming and tools, software is also about team, end-users, clients, people, their problems and their life 'processes'. Everyone should fit in and help solve the problem. On schedule.
I also learned about technologies, tools, techniques, paradigms - and over time all of them got better and better. Although sometimes this can be frustrating, I still find it exciting.
For a long time I have been looking for a programming language that doesn't stay in the way. I found Python and became a passionate pythonist.
For a long time I have been looking for "something" to produce applications effectively. I found Django and became a djangonauth.
I found other 'things' too, and some found me. Like C, for example. It 'found' me several years ago. Today, I like this ugly, old and sensitive language.
Last but not the least: the moment I met OpenSourceSoftware, I became a fan instantly. After that, I became a follower and user, then a supporter, and lately, a contributor. OSS is the right thing, and I wish someday the same principle will apply to other aspects of human society.
If you want to get more information about my education, where I worked and what I did, you can check my resume and/or my profile.