Stefan Marinov: longtime programmer, keen language learner, and heavy free software user; currenly studies Robotics and Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich.
Me about Myself
Since my very early years, science and technology have been gradually taking possession of my mental focus, and hence most of my time. As a student at the High School of Mathematics in Varna, Bulgaria I took part in numerous competitions, mainly in mathematics, physics, astronomy, and computer programming. Today I still adore tackling various scientific and/or technological challenges, or at least finding about the ingenious solutions already proposed by others. Nonetheless, I have recently rediscovered the beauty of fiction, and thus have been reading more and more of it along with the technical literature that I would normally enjoy.
In my spare time, I like discussing bright new ideas with active people from all walks of life, who are motivated to change the world for the better. Strangely for most, I do some of this exploration in languages which I barely know. Sure, I usually don’t understand every single word, but I do appreciate the unique experience I gain from such linguistic endeavours.
Other hobbies of mine #include <programming>, playing with hardware gadgets, learning new languages, and doing sports. Previously, I trained martial arts: judo, kyokushin karate, and jiu jitzu. At present, I prefer cycling, running, and simply working out at the gym. Moreover, I used to be an inline skater, but I haven’t done that for quite some time now. Obviously, I like writing as well and this is the main reason for the existence of the present website in this exact form. However, lack of style is quite possible since I often write in languages I am not a native speaker of.
Get in Touch
Feel free to contact me with any suggestions, requests, or other remarks. In order to do that, just send a message to my public e-mail adress. I will answer as soon as possible. Please be patient, though, as my inbox tends to get full fairly quickly. On the plus side, if you send me qualitative feedback and allow me to, I’d love to post it unaltered (and anonymised) for the whole world to see!