About Me

Hi there and welcome to my personal webpage. Allow me to introduce myself…

My name is Miloš and I am a proud member of the Đekić family. I live in Belgrade, capitol and the biggest city of Serbia. Instead of writing an autobiography and killing you with a bunch of useless information, I’ll try to use this page to explain the reason of my online presence. You can learn more by reading my articles, viewing my rage comics or following me and my work on various social networks (check out the links below my avatar).

Let’s just point out some facts about me first:

  • Finished college
  • Working as a software engineer and consultant
  • Good at teaching and loving education
  • In love with life and people
  • I can write

Why did I publish this webpage? I’ts simple: I have something to say and share with the world. Now let’s see where does it come from….

During my studies I was involved in a lot of things… In the beginning, I was an average student with lack of enthusiasm and motivation. That eventually prolonged the time it took me to to graduate for more than a year, but I consider the time priceless, since it gave me time to gain a clear perspective and find out what I’m good at and what I would like to do. I’ve had the privilege of being a part of a fantastic group of people – The Association of Students of Faculty of Organizational Sciences – FONIS. Here is where I was backed up by young enthusiastic people that were all better students that I could ever imagine. They inspired me to become a hardworking person and I learned to fight for knowledge and competence. I’ve also learned about organization, managing and working with people on projects and upgraded my software engineering skills.

At the same time, I was also an undergraduate teaching assistant in a college laboratory. There I fell in love with education and teaching and learned more that I thought possible about people, technology and educational processes. The position helped me understand students and thinking patterns of young academic people. It also provided me with a clear and direct communication to professors, college administration, laboratories and other institutions. I also had my first involvement in a commercial project there. I could practice teaching in college lectures and interactive courses I held at FONIS. Later in life, I’ve had the chance to work as a trainer in a professional educational institution.

You can only imagine how many people a person meets in college. If you multiply that number with the fact that I’ve been involved in a lot of different college and commercial projects, was a part of the education process and took participation in college institutions you can begin to understand my studies. It was the best period of my life.

Even before applying for college, I’ve been a fan of software engineering. It’s fun, engaging and you can be creative. It’s like your personal creation. Today, with such a fast technological progress, developing software is both a privilege and a good career choice. For me it is also kind of a lifestyle. However, I never considered myself a programmer, since I was always into business aspects of software and I really enjoy the entire process of creating software – from the beginning (idea) to realization (working software). This is why I am always participating the entire software life cycle and enjoying the process, since it provides me with  the opportunity to brainstorm, research, develop and eventually market and sell software solutions.

I’ve started a blog and my idea is to write on a variety of topics. I hope you will enjoy my work. My goal is to engage people around the world, and this is why I’ve started writing articles in English. Also, I sincerely hope people will find them useful and stuff I write about will inspire and motivate them. If there is any way I can help you or you just want to talk to me about stuff – business or whatever – you can use the the contact form. I will reply 100%. You can also check out my professional profile, work experience and projects.

Thank you.

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