How Making Things Move saved me from the dangers of Croatian back-country

Author: seven May 4, 2007

Yesterday I commented John Grdens review of new Ketih Peters book (MTM AS3) and, hehe I still can’t believe it, Keith saw it and my picture ended up on his blog. :) ROCK ON!!! :) Maybe I am not recognized for my work but, for now, I can live with recognition of my insanity. :) Can’t remember but my coworker showed me once a site from an author of one of his crazy CSS books, the guy organized picture-of-his-book competition. Brilliant submissions.

Btw, the picture was taken in Gorski kotar, beautiful untouched and uninhibited place in Croatia, last weekend on my vacation. The first spare time I had in months. Between reading the book and boozing, we even went river-rafting. :) So, imagine Deliverance + Making Things move, and you’ll get the picture. :) And yes, I didn’t like Building Mobile Applications at all. :)

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Neven Jacmenović has been passionately involved with computers since late 80s, the age of Atari and Commodore Amiga. As one of internet industry pioneers in Croatia, since 90s, he has been involved in making of many award winning, innovative and successful online projects. He is an experienced full stack web developer, analyst and system engineer. In his spare time, Neven is transforming retro-futuristic passion into various golang, Adobe Flash and JavaScript/WebGL projects.

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  • Deliverance + Making Things Move… hmmm… I think I have an idea for a new book. :)

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