What is this about?
|Hi. I'm Attila Szegedi and this is my site. I
define myself as a software developer, and my activities mostly
reflect this. I find challenge in developing elegant server-side
software: balancing throughput and processing isolation in
multithreaded environments, creating extremely distributed systems, coding
secure communications, forging tools for dynamic content generation,
leveraging XML (for way too many purposes), and many more. Sometimes I sit
down and distill things that I do and as a result they turn up as a publication.
Yet at other times I enjoy exploring fractals. Beside all that, I
actually have a life.
|If you manage a project (not just
software project, any kind of project), don't miss out the WikiWikiWeb.
It's a huge common-knowledge pool featuring (among others) project
management and software development patterns
and antipatterns as
well as a wide coverage of Extreme Programming,
which is a notable lightweight methodology. Believe me, that site is so
valuable that I simply had to mention it on my front page. Another
place I regularly hang out is DevelopMentor's