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10 May 2001 :: I don't work for the NIX solutions company anymore. Decided to have a rest and pay some attention to finishing the university... [ more.. ]

22 Jun 2001 :: Yaahhoo! The comission judged my thesis on "development and researching the single heuristic method of solving the general task of the scheduling theory" as "exclellent". So I'm a Bachellor of Applied mathematics now and gonna get the diploma soon! :).. [ more.. ]

24 May 2003 :: I quite believe in the description of relations between the Jewish youth from the town of Bobruisk. But if what is said about the Hebrew vs. Yddish is true, then it's a pity. It's a pity that someone wants to destroy a whole cultural layer... [ more.. ]

[ 2nd Aug 2002 ] an article about Romania | leave a comment

I'm frequently asked "What is it like there in Romania?", "Anything interesting over there?", etc. Being tired of answering such questions (sometimes I don't even know what to start with), a couple of months ago I sat in front of my home computer and during several evenings wrote an article, which then got published by the argc & argv magazine for programmers. The link to the article in Russian can be found as usual, in the publications section. Eventually, if there is anyone to translate it into other languages, please contact me, for it would be very interesting. But if you wanna comment it, the feedback is welcome. Must admit I didn't pay enough attention to the news section recently, but it was only because of the summer travelling. First I spent a week in Kharkov, and tonight I'm leaving with some friends for a week-end to the Black sea-side in the city of Constanta (pronounced "Constantsa"). Would be a great pity to miss an opportunity to visit a city called like this ;) Promise to write down impressions as soon as I'm back.
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