Hi, I’m Mirko, i born in 19/02/1987 and i am a NAV developer since october 2006 and this is my first blog…i mean, my first blog ever, not only about nav…
As i’m a developer since i begun to work, i learnt that there are 2 important attributes that a developer should have in my opinion: lazyness and curiosity.
Personally, i have both these: i’m really really lazy, and this does not help in real-life…but what about my work?It is really helpful, because i found myself to develop functions that are saving me to write the same lines of code too much times (write a lot of code a waste of fingers skin ), structure my code in a smart way, easily adapt my applications to change requests and more important, spare some time to satisfy my curiosity
In the always changing world of IT, curiosity is a must-have: through the net you can easily find nearly everything you need, keep yourself updated with new technologies and find better ways to do something you already know how to do. Books are important, too…but i don’t like to study even if it’s strictly necessary: i prefer to bang my head through the solution, the so called “learning by doing”
The idea of a blog came up in my mind this morning, and i was so happy when i’ve see how simple is to set it up.
I thought a lot about which title my blog should have, and i tried with “Working-around NAV”: the reasons of this name are 2:
I like a lot to think out of the box and try different/strange solutions :) in order to make my applications work. Sometimes i complicate my own life, sometimes i have brilliant ideas. I like to call the strange and complicated solutions “workarounds”.
The brilliant ideas, instead, are usually inspired by other developers’ ideas that i like to deeply analyze/modify/renew/destroy and rebuild/adapt to my needs. This is the literal “WORKING taking a look AROUND the net” meaning.
I hope to post something soon (i have 1 or 2 things to post) and i hope that you, readers won’t blame me too much…i’m a young and unexpert blogger
I hope that my english is clear enough for you all, have a nice day!