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I have been renewed as SharePoint MVP!

Got good news today – I just have been re-awarded as SharePoint MVP again! Hurray!!! It”s my 6th year of holding this status (4 years as .NET/C# and 2 yeas as SharePoint MVP). I’m really happy that my passion about technology and influence to others is still recognized by community. Promising to keep this pace […]


How to patent the algorithms

In my career I have a few years of experience in Finance and Trading industry and recently I decided to look back at that industry again and define the new goals in my career :,,). In these days, in spare time, I’m working on the trading “pet project” and came out with one interesting conception […]


Australia only discount vouchers for MS Exams. Ask me one

I have several 10% discount vouchers on Microsoft Exams valid till March 31, 2009 Note that the limited time offer is valid in Australia ony  and for Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) exams only. If you want to get one drop me a word […]


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Farewell to TechEd 2008, Sydney

Teched 2008 in Sydney finished. It were amazing 4 days of intensive sessions and parties afterwards.  I attended mostly all SharePoint session about infrastructure, governance and architecture, BizTalk sessions and ASP.NET MVC and LINQ session. The overall impression is high. Not all session were as good as I expected, but SharePoint once where just awesome […]


Attending TechEd, Australia

Going to attend the following TechEd sessions   Mirror:


8 random facts

Last 3 weeks were a bit tough, didn”t have enough time to blog I moved back to the Sydney from long client engagement at Canberra government, had 2 short-term engagement in Sydney and was tagged by Mitch Denny regarding 8 random facts. So, it”s my turn I”m half Russian half Pole – my family roots […]


Twitter map

“Twitter Blocks” is a nice tool to build the map of your Twitter”s neighbours Mine looks so Mirror: Twitter map


Era of pure software developers comes to an end

In last years I”ve started to note that there is no place for the pure developers in Computer Science world – their era comes to end. By “pure software developers” I mean those who speciality is just writing code and nothing else. I”d say I mean geeks. I”m not blaming them, because I consider myself […]


Twitter clients

Today Mitch asked about the favourite Twitter clients. I use the following 3 clients Google Talk Twitter –  just to update status. No list of users, no replies, no following, nothing. Twadget (Vista SideBar widget) – my favourite one. List of users, easy to reply and update the status. Always on the screen. Only one […]


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