I aspire to think outside the box and look for solutions to every issue, even the most complicated. I always choose dialogue and compromise, not conflict.
I try different approaches and am not afraid of sharp turns. I tie the thin threads of my business contacts into strong business ties.
It’s my work and I do it well.
Too smart for blonde. Too blonde for smarty. Yoga, self-irony and doubtful writing experiments help me to keep my ego in the green zone.
In short, I can take care of your money. Would you like to check this fact? Just sign a contract with UnboltSoft! Well… there’s papers, a pen… yes, and sugar cookies, of course. Help yourself, please!
Having spent enough time as a civil design engineer, I have realized that I want something more.
I don’t want to just use the products of software engineering for design work, but I also want to create, improve and optimize them for the needs of other users. I want to invent new software solutions designed to facilitate and accelerate the work of designers, and not only them, to save them from the boring routine tasks using a symbiosis of my knowledge in the branches of design and software engineering.
Software engineering is not just a craft or a skill, it’s an art. Designing, developing and testing software is an act of creative will that results in state-of-the-art outcomes.
Like the huge pyramids, applications are built from scratch, grain by grain. Overcoming the costs and contradictions, algorithms and mechanisms are assembled together into powerful yet flexible, beautiful and extensible works of sheer creativity. This is software engineering in a nutshell.
It’s the reason I like software engineering and development. And it’s also the reason why our UnboltSoft team does everything it can to create the finest grade product for you, our clients.
Programming makes people’s lives easier. Just check with my own experience, because I am not only a programmer, but also a scientist. My scientific work is related to the analysis of complex acoustic and vibration signals of technical and biological systems.
In all studies involving complex calculations it is more efficient to use a program than to count everything manually. I can give you many examples of how programs help people: social networks, smartphones, tablets, robots, SkyNet (that will capture and destroy the world)… Oops! It looks like the last example isn’t suitable.
As a programmer, I create desktop and web applications. I believe I’m doing pretty well because I really like my work. I like making people’s lives easier.
My main goals are the quality and professional development of the work I do. Complex and non-trivial tasks help me to develop my personal skills. Learning helps me to adapt to rapidly changing trends.
Programming is a science where everybody across the world works together and helps one another. I am therefore glad to cooperate and exchange experience with other developers.
If memory serves, we live in the 21st century. It’s hard nowadays to rely on one’s memory completely.
A huge amount of information surrounds and passes through us every day. We cannot cope with such a volume of information on our own. We need the help of IT and its integral parts, software and hardware. And my modest mission within this process is to provide correct and reliable work for both of these parts.
I’m an engineer for computer systems.
Ikigai is a Japanese concept that can be translated as ‘meaning of life’. Taken literally, it can be a reason to wake up every morning. There are four intersecting components to this concept:
1. What I can do.
2. What I like to do.
3. From what I make money.
4. What people need.
If all components are present, this allows one to consider what is best for them, what makes their life harmonic, and to determine what their mission in life is. What this suggests to me personally is that information technologies and software engineering are my ikigai.
Since childhood I have been fascinated by the unknown. Scientists, discoverers, and different characters from science fiction were my heroes. I always imagined myself as a scientist who discovers a new law, an engineer who invents a new unbelievable device, or just a pilot of a spaceship who explores a new galaxy.
In my desire to know the world I became interested in chemistry, physics, electronics, and programming. But I’ve never tried to learn by heart new formulas, new laws or new theorems while gaining this knowledge. I’ve always tried to comprehend the nature of a phenomenon or process, to feel it, to add another brush stroke to the picture of my understanding of the world.
I have kept this desire alive to the present day, my craving for knowledge, my aspiration to explain the world and for reaching the edge of what is known. And though life often tries to pull me down with everyday problems and trivialities, my desire pushes me towards my dream, to the chance to peek over this edge. I look forward to an opportunity to discover something new for myself and the world, to extend areas of knowledge that have already been explored by humanity.
Software development forges ahead in quantum leaps. New technologies appear literally every day. That is why it is necessary to keep up to date. Moreover, not merely to keep up, but to go forth and be a leader. To be ready to change, supplement, look for unexpected solutions, and to invent something new and relevant.
That is why I am learning every day. I am improving my skills. I want to use my knowledge for the sake of people, for the sake of progress.
From an early age I was interested in mathematics and programming. When I wrote my first serious program I realized that my future would be closely connected with computer science.
Generally, it would be wise to get into mathematics as much as possible to create highly optimized, quality projects. I improve myself and my knowledge every day because the IT sphere is rapidly changing.
And I like doing that, because this is my mission.
The Internet is almost 3.5 billion users and over a billion websites. The rapid development of information technology led to the emergence of professions, which no one even thought about 10 years ago. The top line in the rankings of the most popular IT-specialties occupies the profession of a web developer.
My job as a web developer is to present the products and services of our customers to a wide audience, creating attractive and functional websites.
Each task has a solution waiting to be found, no matter how long it takes.
It all begins with ones and zeroes, and ends with the amazing technological world in which we find ourselves. The chance to be a part of all of this, and to innovate, is what lights the spark inside of me.
If I had to describe myself in three words, I would use the following: active, self-critical, romantic. In my opinion, it is not a very demonstrative combination of characteristics. If I recounted meeting a person not familiar to me who possessed similar qualities, I would have been hard pressed to understand what he is too.
However, if you think about this combination of character traits, it makes me what I am. This I explain as follows: my romanticism makes me sincerely carried away by many good things, and my activity makes me realize those passions in full. It is because of these qualities that I became interested in everything related to research and analysis (programming is the best manifestation of this activity). I would also like to note that I consider myself lucky to be able to utilise my qualities within the UnboltSoft team.
Should someone think that I have forgotten all about self-criticism, it is not so. It is only self-criticism that has prevented me from merely listing my personal preferences (favorite color, names of my pet fish, etc.) and is helping me to write this profile like a proper literary essay.
I started to learn programming at the 8th grade of middle school. And still, with all the years passed, I see no end of the process of keeping myself in time with constantly evolving IT industry. Every day I strive to refine my skills, and I’m sure there is no other way for me in a world driven by information.
So here I am, on my never-ending path to self-improvement.
“There’s no obfuscated Perl contest because it’s pointless.”
“There’s no obfuscated Perl contest because it’s pointless.”