I’m not so handsome and talented as Harvey Keitel, I actually solve people problems.

Quite often people ask me what I do for living, and I always struggle. Am I a programmer ? Web developer ? Software Engineer ? Software Architect ? Technical Lead ? Technical Director ? – I owned each of these title among my carrier and still don’t know what is the best one.

I think my best skill is intuition – sometimes I just know what it’s going to be a bottleneck in software / setup or just know what is the best solution without testing it first. I usually do test it later, to make sure that I’m right.

Anyways – please check my work to see what actual problems I did solved…

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Talk: from light bulb to Arduino

I had opportunity to give a talk small talk about my work with Arduino on Commerce Factory – Nov 2014. Slides are available here: www.slideshare.net You can check video here

USB to Serial for Mac OS X

In this quick tutorial will show how to “talk” quickly to Serial port on Mac OS X.

Mac OS X will automatically create a serial device, which can be found in /dev.

Start a terminal session and list all available serial (or tty) devices available.

How to create information kiosk using Chrome and touch screens

While ago I was working in company called Imagination. I’ve done some very cool projects while I was working there, and this is history off one of them.

Challenge

We were ask to create interactive solution to show case history of the oil company, for exhibition. Something really simple and inexpensive. We made information “kiosks” where people could browse history of the company.

Quote - Leadership

Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it. Dwight D. Eisenhower

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Cheap Arduino clone DccEle – DCcduino Uno

Recently I bought very cheaply Arduino UNO Clone called DccEle – DCcduino UNO. Be default It wasn’t recognized by my Mac OS. After a quick google search, I found this article  which pointed me to proper drivers.

From book The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers

We didn’t become programmers because we like working with people. As a rule we find interpersonal relationships messy and unpredictable […]The first responsibility of the professional programmer is to meet the needs of his or her employer. The Clean Coder

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ATM fail

It happens 😉

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Rhinos

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Interface Colour Play website

Very nice website for Interface – utility for clients to match tiles based on inspirational images. Build while working in Imagination for Interface.

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Workspace

Just sharing my current view from the office.