I read a lot of books when I was a kid. Actually, scrap that. I read a lot of programming books when I was a kid, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. TwiceSo over the past few years, I’ve been catching up. I read on average two-three books per month, about 60% business books & … Continue reading What I’ve been reading this year
Every December, I look back at the the year that just passed and try to summarise it in a few words. If you feel confident about your Romanian, feel free to also have a look at 2008 and 2009.Without further ado, here’s 2010:London. Cirque du Soleil. One year. USA. 24. Fun. Prague. Problems. Friends. Enthusiasm. Patience. The … Continue reading 2010
For the past couple of months, 40-50 of my friends have been secretly “cooking” me a Christmas present, led by my best friend in the world, Sabina (which some of you might now as The Girl With Her Peals On). Yesterday evening Santa delivered the video below, which I think is absolutely brilliant, as it … Continue reading I got the best Christmas present in the world this year
Exactly one year ago, I was on the Jubilee line together with one of my best friends, carrying two suitcases, a backpack, a black laptop bag, many thoughts, many plans and a boatload of dreams. What I didn’t know then, though, was that I was about to embark on one of the most exciting journeys … Continue reading One year in, going on fifteen
It’s been so hectic in the past couple of weeks that I completely forgot to tell you that Brainient got the runner-up prize at The Next Web 2010, that we launched the first AppStore for Video in the world and that I started taking Ashtanga Yoga classes.London’s treating me well :).
This year was one of the busiest but at the same time rewarding years of my life. I’ve achieved a lot but even more important, I’ve learned a lot.And in good 2009 spirit, I twitted about the top 3 things I learned, of course. Without further ado:Firstly: most important thing I’ve learned this year: if … Continue reading Three things I learned in 2009
As the numbers show, today is a special day. The day we moved to London.