September 27, 2015 Development

Bulgaria PHP Conference – Day 2 Recap

Today was the last day of the Bulgaria PHP Conference and after my Day 1 review, here’s my recap post from Day 2. First off, I’d like to thank the organizers for the splendid event – great organization, incredible speakers list, solid WiFi, several areas for hanging out and a great atmosphere – looking forward to the 2016 version!

September 26, 2015 Development

Bulgaria PHP Conference – Day 1 Recap

Bulgaria is hosting its first official Bulgaria PHP Conference this weekend and I was honored to attend and present my WordPress Core Architecture talk today. I usually don’t do recaps here – mostly because lots of my readers attend WordCamps with me, watch the talks on, follow Twitter hashtags and so forth, or I go to other

January 26, 2015 Business

Direct Approach vs. Philosophy Culture

When I was in high school, I joined a forum for philosophers. I was an observer, just monitoring the active users discussing different points of view on the same general principle, or cosmic factor. Later on, I started reading different books on personal skills, psychology and communication. The Esoteric Book The most amazing thing I found

October 1, 2013 Community

8 Tips for Technical Speakers

As a seasoned technical speaker at the Telerik Academy, I received an invitation for one of my favorite technical events – DevReach. Despite the fact that I am too biased with Open Source and normally try to stay away from Microsoft and other companies relying mostly on closed source products, it’s always helpful to see

March 26, 2013 Community

Local WordPress activities – April

I can barely find some time to sleep, but hopefully April would be enlightening for the local group of WordPress peeps. In the next month there are several things planned: 1 (if not two) meetups of the Bulgarian group Few WordPress sessions as a part of the CMS course in Telerik Academy WordSesh (available for