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bio website yuriy.tymchuk.me
location Lugano, Switzerland
age 23
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Nov 14 at 7:48

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)?“


Feb
15
accepted Access iCloud mail via http from iPhone
Feb
15
comment Access iCloud mail via http from iPhone
@jaume I think it should be possible to create a routing server. The question is can you setup the iCloud account that uses 80 and 443 ports.
Feb
11
awarded  Caucus
Feb
11
awarded  Constituent
Feb
7
comment Access iCloud mail via http from iPhone
in my particular situation access to mail via 3g is as expensive as the whole other internet. So I was looking for some http solution :). I have to check the VPN option
Feb
7
comment Access iCloud mail via http from iPhone
On iPhone Mercury browser can be used. But I had a bad outcome as icloud.com is not serving a standard html pages but a js magic which is not scalable in the mobile browser
Feb
1
reviewed Reviewed Is there a decent icon editor for OS X capable of editing .icns files?
Feb
1
comment Can the 2011 Mac Mini support 3 displays with DP 1.2 chaining?
yep, found some info on chaining macrumors.com/2011/09/16/…
Feb
1
reviewed Reviewed Can I use 16GB DDR3-1600MHz RAM in an early Macbook Pro 8.2?
Feb
1
awarded  Custodian
Feb
1
reviewed Reviewed Can the 2011 Mac Mini support 3 displays with DP 1.2 chaining?
Feb
1
comment Can the 2011 Mac Mini support 3 displays with DP 1.2 chaining?
I thought that thunderbolt supports only data chains, not display ones...
Feb
1
awarded  Critic
Feb
1
awarded  Custodian
Jan
20
asked Access iCloud mail via http from iPhone
Jan
12
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
26
awarded  Yearling
Dec
25
comment Turn off blurring on Mac Book Pro with Retina display
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen maybe I have not described my idea correctly or I do not understand something. There are application that support retina resolutions and they are looking awesome. But for old applications (or images on web) instead just using every 4 pixels to show the color of an original pixel they are smoothed or blurred. On retina iPhone you don't have blurry graphics for old applications, right? Each pixel of an old app is represented by four pixels of a display.
Dec
25
asked Turn off blurring on Mac Book Pro with Retina display
Nov
20
awarded  Revival