Enthusiastic, self-learned, highly motivated, love to explore new technologies, contributing to open-source projects, speak at local meetups, makes the best Tahini you can imagine, and an amateur photographer.
Once upon a day, I decided to have a cool email address. I look for the domain
but this was taken. So I looked for other domains and eventually found
If you want to use Google’s services with a custom domain you need to register as a business. I thought of a
cool name and found out that Computerised dreams are pretty awesome.
It’s not just a name - it’s a way of creating products and solutions. Every time someone approaches me and asked me on how his app should look or act, or maybe a customer had an idea but never knew how to describe it I use to give them the next tip: Close your eyes and start to imagine how your up should look like. How your brand new site looks and behaves in your deepest dreams.
My mission, as a developer and someone that knows a thing or two about computers, is to take your
wildest dreams and turn them to something real.
This is why I choose this name.
I love Apple products but mostly, what I use every day for making money, is an operating system. I love Mac OSX, I think it’s one of the best OS for web development. No, Microsoft Windows is not good enough IMO for web development. One of the things that doesn’t exist on the Mac OS is a proper image gallery.
So what is a bot? If you’ve ever said Hey Siri, OK Google, Hey Cortona, or Alexa, then you have interacted with a bot. That bot received an input, returned an output - it woke you up, reminded you of something, sent an email, or ordered a new book from Amazon - and you if you’re lucky, a drone delivered it!
For a traditional Drupal site, we don’t need to handle authentication, because Drupal has our back - a user submits the login form, gets a cookie, and starts using the awesome site. But what about decoupled sites? How can we authenticate the user?
Drupal-8-manina is at its highest. Modules are being ported, blog posts are being written, and new sites are being coded, so we in Gizra decided to join the party. We started with a simple site that will replace an existing static site. But we needed to migrate node attachments, and we just couldn’t find an existing solution. Well, it was time to reach out to the community
You might have heard of Burning Man. Basically it’s a lot of hippies settling down in the desert for a few days, setting up small camps with different themes that make up a big, temporary city. It’s not for me.
Here you can find various open source project I created or had any part. You can see more projects here.