I started with C coding for Linux, later I appreciated C++ and STL. I was curious to see how things go on another side - Windows. So I learnt WinApi.
But rewriting code each time was boring so I decided to get a grasp Qt.
Qt was fine, but each new versions of Qt brought unnecessary problems.
So I thought what this nifty thing Web is.
So now I'm in Web, PHP, MySQL, jQuery, Js, CSS and all other stuff seems to be not so hard after C++.
Also I'm big fan of foreign languages, as you may see I can speak English a bit.
Talking German language brings me pleasure and in August 2013 I got B2 certificate from Frei Berlin University after being there for a month and since then have been trying not to forget it keeping my connections with Germans.
For the sake of fun I started learning French, but I still have only basic knowledge of it...
But this is the splendid language!
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