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Petar Tahchiev

Petar Tahchiev is a software engineer from Bulgaria, mainly woking with project automation tools like Ant, Maven(1x, 2x). He is also interested in web programming with JSP, Servlets, Struts framework, JSTL, and related technologies. He graduated Mathematician from the Sofia University, where now he leads number of different seminars, like Linear Algebra, Mathematical Analysis, Introduction To Java Programming. He has also authored articles about java programing and project automation, and is a constant lecturer at some of the biggest open-source conferences in Bulgaria.



It all started on this-year's JavaONE conference, when I met Vincent and Felipe. Then Vincent mentioned the idea of writing a new edition of the book, and including the new JUnit 4.5 features, so...

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as most of the people blogging on, I am also going to dedicate my blog entry to the JavaONE conference. This year, is my first year on the conference, and I really...

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Yesterday I got the acceptance email for our session on this-year's CommunityOne conference.

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I just got back from Antwerp, Belgium, where I attended this year's JavaPolis conference. It was awesome, and I am really sorry I didn't make it till the end, but I had to be...

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Walking in the streets of Paris, and thinking of my good friend Felipe Leme, who found JSP being sold in the...

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this year's ApacheCON in Atlanta is over. It was totally amazing... :-) It was my first ApacheCON and I am so glad I took part of this conference.

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I just found a really interesting discussion going on in Bulgarian open-source communities about the Microsoft's OOXML format and the fact that it was approved by some national...

The first BGJUG meeting is over... :-)

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On Monday I got the server (x86 platform using Xeon Server Dual Core) I had order, and I immediately started installing it.
My desire was to set up on it...

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It has been a really long time since my last post. The reason for this is partly because I didn't have much time to write, and partly because I had nothing
important to...

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recently I was sent a few interesting questions by my friend Angel Evrov, but being busy enough I had no
time to look at them. Anyway, I finally found...