Since the 1980s, I have been immersed in the world of programming. Over the years, I have gained extensive experience in the computer software industry, having worked for various renowned IT companies such as Cisco, Microsoft, Intel, and Ericsson, among others. However, the projects and papers showcased on this platform belong solely to me and are freely available to anyone interested (you can find my LinkedIn profile at

So, why did I create this website? Well, after benefiting from the vast resources available on the internet for so long, I felt it was time to contribute my own humble offerings. It's a way for me to give back to the community that has provided me with so much knowledge and inspiration.

In addition to sharing my professional work, I have also taken the opportunity to present some fascinating anecdotes. I fondly recall my early ventures as a child, when I published and distributed my first projects as public domain software. It's a testament to my passion for programming that dates back to my formative years.

Final “thank you speech" at the 6th International Conference on Electrical and Electronic Technologies for Automotive (November 17th-19th, 2021). I presented the paper “Emulation of Rail and Automotive Applications based on Adaptable Communication Systemwinner of the Student Contest at AEIT Automotive Conference.

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