Dec 262012

For all the beginners and enthusiasts there is a free course (video lectures) organized by Telerik Academy. You can find it here. Some parts of the website are in Bulgarian, but don’t be intimidated. Just follow the links to the youtube videos and enjoy your free training 🙂

edit: The first few minutes of the first video are preparation for the lecture and the audio is low so you can skip them.

Dec 222012

Please sign this appeal.

Mihail died because his killers thought he was gay

Mihail (or Misho as we knew him) was a childhood friend of mine. He was brutally beaten to death on 30 September 2008 while walking down in the park Borisova Gradina in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. He was a bright medical student and was just weeks ago from graduating. It was his childhood dream …
We were all concerned when he disappeared and we were shocked when the police old us he was found dead. I still remember the heart-breaking cry his mother let from the next room in the police station.
It was horrible. But unfortunately it is still horrible. After some time the killers were caught through his mobile phone. The were interrogated and some of them admitted guilt. The case is solved and everyone knows who they are. But because of the extremely slow judicial system THEY ARE STILL not brought to justice!


Dec 182012

Не мога да не споделя подобна възможност.
Можете съвсем безплатно да се сертифицирате!

Ето и няколко ресурса по темата:
Темата във форума на Тelerik Academy.
Поста от NewHorizons
Изключително полезно ръководство за това как по дяволите да се регистрирате за изпит и да се възползвате от офертата, в този изключително анти-потребителски ориентиран сайт! (Огромни благодартности на Даниел Григоров!).безплатен-ваучер-от-майкрософт-регис/

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Dec 072012

You may notice that not all of the blog content is available in English. The reason should be obvious – I’m a Bulgarian and this, being my personal blog, it’s only natural that some of the posts are in Bulgarian.

“Then why bother writing in English at all?” – some of you may ask.  Some of the content is IT and technology related. And I know how frustrating it is to find something extremely specific on the net only to see it described in a language that means nothing to you. Even google translate can’t help you enough and you know the answer to your problem is right in front of you.  So I’ll be maintaining the most part of the blog in English. However if there is a content that is targeted to my Bulgarian readers or is specific to Bulgaria I’ll be posting in my native language. I hope that either way you’ll find the information here helpful.

Enjoy your stay 🙂