Romas remembers a lot about how he got interested in computers. From his early days, Roman’s family had a computer called Robik that had a television for a screen and tape cassette player for a memory drive to load games. He spent most of his spare time playing and drawing geometric figures on screen using the console. Things got serious from there, when Roman completed his Bachelors Degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering. One of his biggest rewards creatively and emotionally is solving an obstacle that he has been struggling with for a long time - it may be some skill or knowledge in one of my hobbies like photography, or some problem at work. The top three software on his ‘can’t live without’ list are Visual Studio, Reshaper, and Google.
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