I started programming with C in 2006. The most complex program I wrote that year was a Tower of Hanoi algorithm and a DOS-based graphics screen showing the disks moving step-by-step that looked like this. I qualified for INOI in 2006 by brute-forcing a O(n3) solution in the qualifying round. However, I did not know what "algorithms" were at that age, so I terribly failed the training camp for the International Olympiad. I graduated in Computer Science in 2011.
Since then, I've worked in small and medium sized startups and have specialised in backend and web.
I spend most of my time outside of work with my family. In the remaining time, I try to follow up on my hobbies.
I read non-fiction books. I read a lot of different topics. I believe that knowledge helps me become a better human.
I watch sci-fi TV shows and movies. I like the comic universe and usually end up watching anything that is Marvel or DC Comics based.
I have come to enjoy running and try to do that at least two times a week. I also like learning about health and food.