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bio website ryba4.com
location Novosibirsk, Russia
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My BitBucket profile, my CV at careers. I'm a Python & Javascript programmer, know some DBs well. Know some Linux stuff.

I speak Russian, Italian, Spanish and English fluently.

I'm fond of cycling, MTB orienteering, travelling.


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accepted Do Databases Optimize Queries with Sum/Average or Other Aggregates?
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comment Do Databases Optimize Queries with Sum/Average or Other Aggregates?
Thanks. I worked as DB dev for 2 years, so I know triggers. I thought I might have overseen something.
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comment Learning PHP with a Rails/Django/Lift background
@sunwukung: it depends on your skills and experience, and on what you search for. Last year I decided to quit php and get a python position, and also I cared of sane relationships and environment and was direct about this. This way I limited possible vacancies to a very small number, and it did take a month, but in the end I had 4 offers to choose from and found something enjoyable. If you say I'm a rockstar programmer, I'm not (not a CS education, do not know pointers, etc.).
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revised Can I take a year off without hurting my career?
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comment Learning PHP with a Rails/Django/Lift background
Why do you need to learn it? From my experience, PHP has a much less readable and writeable syntax, and Python/Django community has many more quality contributors. There's also Node.js being rapidly developed. That's where a young and daring programmer will be valuable. Why do you need PHP?
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revised Did jQuery kill the JavaScript discussions?
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comment Did jQuery kill the JavaScript discussions?
I had issues with some plugins not working with some browsers or just as expected (like livequery that doesn't understand chains of filters). I loaded the full version of jQuery and debugged it.
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