DevHero: Miro Zorboski | SuperPower: Extreme Rx Kick

03-Sep / 0 COMMENTS

1. What did you want to be when you grow up? And how did you start programming?

Well, believe it or not I really wanted to be an IT person even when I was really young. My parents were steering me into that direction from an early age. At first I was more into hardware and overclocking. When I was at 7th grade I entered elementary school programming competition (in BASIC), won 2nd price and that’s the moment I got into programming. Went through series of different languages throughout education but at college Java become my language of choice.

2. Why do you consider IT conferences important? What meaning does Voxxed have for you personally?

In our everyday work, sometimes we don’t have enough time to dedicate to exploring and getting informed about new trends in all parts of wide software development space. IT conference is the place where you can be fully focused to new trends and technologies, and in in-person contact learn and hear some stuff that will intrigue you to continue exploring in certain direction.

3. What is the craziest thing that happened to you that involves technology?

Making huge number of records combine/map from file into both NoSQL and relational database in as shortest possible time.