The Dependency Injection seminar planned to be held at 27.10.2010 in TU-Sofia was canceled due to miscommunication with the organizers at the Technical University of Sofia. The seminar will be rescheduled at different venue.
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
News 01-March-2004 – The project started 01-October-2004 – The course “Programming for the .NET Framework” started in Sofia University 20-January-2005 – PowerPoint presentations and demos were prepared (draft version) 27-February-2005 – The course “Programming for the .NET Framework” has finished successfully 10-April-2005 – PowerPoint presentations and demos were prepared (final version) 12-April-2005 – Work on
Thanks to the Student’s Council of the Technical University of Sofia we organize a serious long-term course in Java and Java EE in the Technical University of Sofia. The course will be held each Saturday (all the day) in the Technical University of Sofia, starting in the middle of October 2010 and will finish in
The video from the seminar about Java 7 organized by the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 20.05.2010 in the Technical University of Sofia is finally published (thanks to Yordan Yovkov for the video processing): http://www.archive.org/details/Java_7_New_Features_2 http://www.archive.org/details/Java_7_New_Features_3 At the seminar (and also in the recorded videos) I and Mihail Stoynov explained in details the following
I was speaker along with my colleague Mihail Stoynov at the seminar organized by the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 20 May 2010 in the Technical University of Sofia. We presented the upcoming Java 7 and its amazing new features like the built-in JVM support of dynamic languages (Da Vinci Virtual Machine), the small
The course “High-Quality Programming Code” provides fundamental principles and practices for building high-quality software with focus on the source code. The course is held as elective training in the Technical University of Sofia (TU-Sofia) and targets the students from the computer science related specialties. Its aims are to improve junior developers showing them best programming
Today I had a technical talk at OpenFest 2009 along with my colleague Vesko Kolev. We presented the OCR technologies and the open source OCR engine Tesseract. I demonstrated hot to download and compile tesseract, how it works, when it recognizes text correctly and when it fails and how to train it in a new