I am 32 years old. And I received a bachelor’s degree in programming. While still studying at school, I developed an automated irrigation system for my elderly neighbor. Programming is my vocational aptitude.
My father is a historian. Namely, he promoted me a love for history by telling me about people who made breakthroughs in the world and changed the course of world events. From my very early age, he took me with him to various exhibitions and excursions to museums. I learned about such legendary chess players, as François-André Danican Philidor, Adolf Anderssen, and Garry Kasparov, at one of these exhibitions. And playing chess became my first serious hobby.
I like mountain hiking as well. Here, I rest not only with my mind but also with my soul. Every mountain hiking is a test of strength and the opportunity to know me.
Here, in the privacy of my own mind, I often debate with oneself concerning what useful things I can do for society and for my father, as he began to rapidly lose his vision at the age of 40, and now, his vision is only 30% at the age of 55.
One of the projects I am working on currently is to create an apparatus for recognizing different languages in printed publications so that visually impaired people could afford to buy any book, newspaper or magazine.
I am not married, but I have a girl and a dog Sabi. It was while walking with Sabi in the park that I met my girlfriend who supports me in everything.