About

profileI have been programming since I was a little boy around 11 years old. First programming language I learned was BASIC, on a Commodore64. Then around high-school it was C and Assembly. Just before and during university days it was C++. I started doing some professional work during this period, part of the reason why I left in my final year. I have never stopped since then. Going trough a plethora of technologies ranging from C and Assembly languages, Delphi to C++, C#, Java and so on and so forth… trough 20(and more, who counts, does it even matter) years of software development.

I have not lost even a single bit of my ambition and love for the craft from those first young days, nor the energy…I like to get my hands into all aspects of software development. Now days I use mainly Microsoft related technologies .NET C#, with a lot of database design/management usage of SQL server, but not in any way limited to that.

Specialties and interests: performance, optimization, large-scale systems, C#, .NET Framework, REST APIs, ASP.NET, WCF, WPF, Winforms, MS SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSql, big-data analysis, some NoSql(MongoDB, Cassandra)

Currently a consultant at Mainpipe AB and a Technical Lead at H&M.

In case you really like me and this blog that you want to send me some $cash$, you can use the following link: paypal.me/TheBojan


profile for The Bojan at Stack Overflow, Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers                                                                                 
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