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bio website insili.co.uk
location Ioannina - Greece
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Changing the world,
one line of code at a time...


 Who am I?

A Greece-based programmer (intermittently acting as a web developer), former Med student (currently a CS undergrad at the University of Piraeus) and Mac convert, who adores any coding challenge and has been in love with the Art of Code since he was a 8-year-old kid.

 (Some) Open-Source Projects of (some) interest :

  • MathMachine - (C/C++ – *nix)
  • Minima Framework - (PHP/SQL – *nix/Win)
  • IQ+ Compiler - (C/C++/Lex/Yacc/Assembly/XML – *nix)
  • WebScraper+ - (C# – Win)
  • Sub’n'Vid Studio - (C# – Win)
  • FoldWatcher - (C++/Qt – *nix/Win)
  • XSudoku - (Delphi – Win)
  • Many, many more - either lost, or forgotten, or whatever...

 Commercial Apps :


 Current Position :

Chief Software Architect & CEO @ InSili.co


 Speaking :

  • Objective-C / Cocoa
  • HTML / CSS / JavaScript / AJAX / PHP / SQL (MySQL)
  • C / C++ / D
  • Visual .NET (C#, Visual Basic)
  • Python, Perl
  • ActionScript / Flex
  • Java
  • Pascal / Delphi
  • Ruby
  • Prolog
  • Assembly (NASM)

  • Do Greek, English, French and a bit of Italian count too?


 My little (greek) blog :

Dr.Kameleon's Nest


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comment How do you price your work?
+1 Interesting approach! :-) (p.s. it's not about the "money" itself, it's about feeling OK with the whole thing)
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@PaulHazen Well, at least for me (though I'm by no means an expert on SO stuff), it seems absolutely appropriate.
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@PaulHazen You're really welcome! Glad to have helped (IF I did)... (Now, as for the HUGE length of my answer... argh... The system auto-recognized it as a "community wiki" post and I'm trying to get the moderators revert it to its initial state : a simple - though a bit re-re-edited - answer)
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