profile imageVladimir Pecanac

Hi, my name is Vladimir Pecanac, and I am full time .NET developer and software development enthusiast. I use this tiny part of the internet to share the things I learn in hope of both helping others and deepening my own knowledge of the topics I write about.

The best way to learn is to teach.

When I was entering the software development world, I had trouble understanding many of the technical articles I found. Since I didn’t know much at that time or had any experience, I thought I was to blame. A few years ahead, I read some of those articles again and didn’t find them any easier to digest. That’s when I realized it was not entirely my fault.

I feel that many technical articles are written in an unnecessarily complicated way to sound more authoritative and serious. My goal is to change that trend and write down-to-earth, simple articles that are easy to read and understand by anyone.

Having said all that, I hope you will enjoy reading my articles and learn something new in the process.

See you in the comments section.

Marinko Spasojevic

marinkoHi, my name is Marinko Spasojevic. Currently, I work as a full time .NET developer and my passion is web application development.

Just getting something to work is not enough for me. To make it just how I like it, it must be readable, reusable and easy to maintain.

Prior to being an author on the CodeMaze blog, I had been working as a professor of Computer Science for several years. So sharing the knowledge while working as a full-time developer comes naturally to me.

My hope is that the experience and knowledge I share, will help you improve your own and that you will learn something new by reading through my posts.

Thanks for coming to the CodeMaze blog, I look forward to reading your comments.