My passion for programming stems from its ability to combine logic and creativity in the workflow. Problems are abstract, depend on many variables, and require a logical analysis, but the ideal solution is not always obvious or formulaic.
I'm currently studying at Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade. I've been through an internship I've won at CofaGames during high school and that's what's solidified my resolve to go into this field, as well as some interest in game design and practice in C# in Unity, which was also my introduction to OOP. Throughout college, I've taken an interest in C++, graph theory and algorithms, genetic algorithms, object oriented design principles and patterns, and programming language translation. I'm still unsure about which of my programming interests I want to pursue and open to learning new things as well as deepening my understanding of my current knowledge.
I work the best when I can bounce my ideas off of other people and when I have the additional motivation of their work also depending on me doing my part. I have experience in teamwork and leadership through my work in Omicron student organization, as well as managing teams on personal project and college assignments. I've worked as an FR Manager, Team Lead, and President of Omicron, as a Lead Programmer and Project Manager for the development of Trail, and participated in many college and extracurricular team activities.
I also write Computer Science articles for Stack Abuse which you can find on my Author Page.
|Mar 2019 - Present||Freelance Author, StackAbuse|
|Jul 2015 - Aug 2015||Game Development Intern, Cofa Games , C#, Unity3D|
For a more detailed account of my professional experience, download my resume and check out the projects section.