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For all DevReach fans and future fans I have sweet news: DevReach speakers will make free half-day online session on 9 September 2010. Anyone could register for free at the DevReach Web site: http://www.devreach.com/Event/devreach-online.aspx. The content include the following topics: TPL and PLINQ; speaker: Tiberiu Covaci HTML 5; speaker; Daron Yondem The six fundamental principles
Today we did the final test for the students as part of the requirements to graduate the “High-Quality Programming Code” course (https://softuni.bg) in Sofia University, at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics (FMI). There were about 130 students in two groups and I am happy of their high achievements. Most of the students answered correctly
Today I with Vesko Kolev started a new project: writing a C# book in Bulgarian for beginners that covers the fundamental concepts of computer programming, data structures and algorithms as well as object-oriented concepts, high-quality programming code and problem solving. The book is titled “Introduction to Programming with C#” and will be based on its
My open-source book “Introduction to Programming with Java” has new Web site: www.introprogramming.info. The book is written by a team of 30 authors managed by me and is an excellent tutorial for beginners. It is a book about the fundamentals of computer programming, data strustures, algorithms and logical thinking, not just a Java book. The
Last week I started a project to create a new book for sofwate engineers: “Introduction to Programming with Java”. The book will focus on the fundamentals of computer programming rather than on the Java language. This is not a book about Java. This is a book about the concepts of computer programming. It is intended
The Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) which I lead for the last few years launches a Bulgarian Java User Group: The groups will perform regular meetings in Sofia once monthly and will organize technical events and discussions. It will have separate web site (http://www.java-bg.net) and independent membership regardless of the membership in the association.