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bio website yuriy.tymchuk.me
location Lugano, Switzerland
age 23
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Nov 24 at 13:17

I'm a software developer / computer science researcher who just loves everything related to the software engineering.

Although I'm continuously learning something new and different, my main field of interest is software evolution.

I know key concepts of oop, tdd, bdd, java, eclipse, c, ruby… But my main question remains the same: „How do you create a living system that is going to evolve and not begin dying slowly after the release (or even before)?“


Dec
10
comment Using 2 themes in Keynote'13
Yes, you are right. Sorry if I was to harsh. The thing is that I thought that changing of theme won't change anything anyway, so I didn't include that in question. Thank you for your effort
Dec
10
comment Using 2 themes in Keynote'13
Yes, and this changes all the slides I already have to black. Won't do. The solution is how @unior117 wrote: new presentation and copy slides
Dec
9
accepted Using 2 themes in Keynote'13
Dec
8
asked Using 2 themes in Keynote'13
Dec
2
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
27
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
13
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
3
comment Quicktime records a green screen
@patrix no there wasn't anything like that, thou I can't reproduce it after rebooting :(: "I'm happy that it's working but I'm sad that the question can be investigated"
Apr
3
revised Quicktime records a green screen
added question
Apr
2
asked Quicktime records a green screen
Mar
29
comment Default chart colors Keynote showroom
Wow, cool, but can you select this color for a chart? Because it standard chart color options I didn't see ones
Mar
29
revised Default chart colors Keynote showroom
added 1 characters in body
Mar
29
asked Default chart colors Keynote showroom
Mar
19
awarded  Informed
Feb
28
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
21
accepted Turn off blurring on Mac Book Pro with Retina display
Feb
21
answered Turn off blurring on Mac Book Pro with Retina display