I am very happy about the recently published ranking system for the Bulgarian universities. This is great idea and it is nice to have it in Bulgaria. Modern countries have similar ranking system for decades. For example: World’s Best Universities for 2010 United States Universities Ranking for 2010 It is important that in the United
I am happy to announce that the Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) jointly with with the Student’s Council of the Technical University of Sofia organize a lecture on Dependency Injection (DI), a design pattern widely used in the contemporary software design and architectures. The event will take place in the Technical University of Sofia
The “IT Boxing” Visited by 250 Developers! On 11 December 2007 I organized the largest event of the Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD). It was held in Sofia and was visited by 250 software engineers and thus BASD was proved to be #1 community organization in Bulgaria. The subject of this first “IT Boxing”
Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) became an official member of INETA (the International .NET Association). Now BASD is registered .NET user group for Bulgaria and will promote the .NET technology through its members by seminars, conferences, meetings and other events. We are planning to run a new interesting event called “IT boxing” where .NET
Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) organizes a meeting of the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 25 October 2007 to discuss the JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology and new trends. Speakers will be Ivan Davidov and Nikolay Dokovski. See the official invitation here: http://www.devbg.org/seminars/seminar-JSF-25-october-2007/.
The Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) which I currently manage is about to start a new division – Bulgarian .NET User Group. The division will focus on Microsoft technologies and will organize seminars, meetings, courses and will run other projects. Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) is working on .NET technology for several years.
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.