This is a Blog is intended to be personal to some extend, expressing author’s point of view while accepting constructive criticism. Here you can find discussions and opinions about new and old technologies, programming and programmers, C#, ASP, Crystal Reports and SQL Server, some personal experiences and other things in life… If you feel that it contradicts your view on the subject, sorry… but you are welcome to comment – I am enjoying a good conversation.
For the most part I am using my blog as a notepad, writing small articles on things which are brought to my attention, asked more then once and which would otherwise require additional research again and again. Technology is changing rapidly and so does information available. You would often find that something which is still widely used become obsolete from the stand point of technology authors and bloggers. We just move on to a next one.
You may not find much of the bleeding edge stuff here since there are enough information around. Writing is not what I do for living and I am not trying to compete for number of posts.
Note 2: Do not try to spam or otherwise post inappropriate comments – all such entries will be removed without warning.
Hi, my name is Serguei (Serge) Dosyukov, programmer, manager, software architect and a Founder of Dragon Soft Consulting Services.
While I do not do much of consulting these days, people are still comming with questions and I am trying provide answers…
I has been involved in software development for over 15 years now.
DISCLAIMER. Does it sound oldish? No, I am still young and active, it is just that I have been interested in software development since my school days and I was lucky to work in the industry ever since. A lot have had happen over time. Being on top of technologies, having fun doing programming, enjoying working with software and not being afraid of new things – this is the philosophy I am trying to follow.
The career path began with coding assembler based utilities on PDP-11, then developing through client, server and web applications on Windows and Apache. Witnessed the rise of Intel/DOS platform and then Windows, introduction countless “best practices” in software development and rise of open source movement. Worked in tens of different languages, numbers of platforms and systems… A lot of fun, many projects, great team experience and as a result – good knowledge of the industry, software standards and practices.
I had worked as a developer, gradually moved toward PM/Team Lead level and Software Architect positions.
Enjoy your reading and comment on the topics discussed.
Life and Hobby
But I love to travel with the family even more. I have probably put half of miles on my car doing so – 18 US states so far…
While doing so I like to take pictures. I am not professional photographer and just recently moved to a next level with my Canon T1i. And a few years ago I’ve added another hobby – scuba diving. Fun!
You can comment about the blog entries on this site directly. For other questions (including technical ones), the you can send me an email.