Hi! My name is Ionita Teodor Mircea and this is my personal web page.#The Code is intended to be a useful "portal" for those of you interested in computer science.The areas covered is vast and including programming,open-source, news,projects,tutorials,free ebooks,etc.Also here you can find info about the projects that i am currently working on or have been developed in the past,which are available in the Open Source section along with other usefull things.The News section include usefull info about personal or external events.And Media....well just check it your self! :)
This website was born as a project
for the E-Communication class.The project was to create a website
in valid XHTML/CSS and this is
what I came up with.While working at this project I decided that
this website could also be my homepage...if I end up with a fine
project!For those of you who have been visiting my web, I'm looking
forward for some of your mail feedbacks. This WebSite has been
originally coded entirely in XHTML 1.1 &
this website i used as a reference the web,the course class,and the
World Wide Web Consortium Web
Page.You should also know that some elements in this website
were created with some open source code.As an editor I used Quanta
3.5.5 and Screem 0.16.1(they're both natively from Linux).Since
then i kinda gave up on the XHTML validity and i used some grafic
tools for html editing like Iceape Composer despite of tools like
notepad or leafpad :D.You should also know that this site has been
optimized for Mozilla Firefox
.Enjoy you're stay.
My name is Ionita Teodor Mircea(aka Shinnok) and I am a 20 year old Romanian guy. I am currently studying for a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science. Just as you might have noticed my work, my hobby and my interests are computers :). Here are some of the fields i am interested in:
- Programming (mostly in C/C++/ASM)
- Concurrent and general Programming under Unix/Linux.
- Client-Server applications development
- Linux OS and Open Source
- almost anything interesting related to
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Computers will never take the place of books. You can't stand on a floppy disk to reach a high shelf.
Free software' is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of 'free' as in 'free speech,' not as in 'free beer
God is subtle but he is not malicious.
The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.
- Programming & Sourcing
- W3C homepage
- Java based SSH client
- My Firefox bookmarks!