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26 Feb 2001 :: Since brainbench is going not to be free anymore, yesterday and today I decided to pass tests there. And I've got "Master Linux programmer" and "Master C++ programmer" certificates :) My public transcript is available here... [ more.. ]

18 Jun 2003 :: From all of this crap I only managed to figure out the following thing: the program was crashing because of the skins library we actively used in our products. It's a set of ActiveSkin and SkinBoxer... [ more.. ]

10 Jul 2001 :: Needed to scan some papers today, and took several photos along. So now in the "photos" section. you will find two photos from my birthday, one from my trip to Israel this winter and the recent passport photo. But remember, not everybody is born to be a photo-model :) ).. [ more.. ]

[ 1st Apr 2002 ] centericq 4.6.9 | 1 comments | leave a comment

The new version of centericq 4.6.9 has seen the world today. Apart from the support for AIM, it adds other useful features such as crypted connections through IrDA, automatic recognition of images, ordering pizza through Internet, mobile devices integration. The latter icludes support for cellular phones, Palm handhelds, trinkets, sun-glasses, condoms, Madagaskar canaries, and Nile crocodiles. It was also ported to the game consoles such as Super Nintendo and Yo-yo, and can now work in the conditions of weightlessness. The most difficult obstacle to implement the latter was to make nicknames in contact list not to spread through whole the screen. For solve the problem the libsuperglue library by the famous hacker April Foolman was used.

For the next version a port to a more progressive OS than Linux is planned. Its documentation says that the OS is the most stable and reliable server system in the world nowdays. Sounds cool. You can take a look at its homepage here.

I'd like also to ask my dear readers to have a bit of attention for quite a time since today. The site won't be updated for long. The point is that the beautiful Microsoft corporation proposed me to write articles for MSDN. My first task is to write a masterpiece named "Writing IM clients for the MSN, AIM, KIM, CHEN, IR, MAO, DZE, DUN networks in C#". I have already started and faced a major problem which doesn't allow me to go further. I'm desperately looking for an mp3 or wav file with the C# note recorded.

Finally, I have found a drink which became a replacement for beer for me since today - Russian tea.

P.S. : I hope you have had a good 1st April day. Though if it wasn't that good, don't get upset. There are only 365 days (or about 8760 hours) left until the moment when you can have another opportunity to laugh a bit comes once again.
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