Hello, World! — I am really excited to be introducing my new personal website and blog. What started as a small side project over the holidays, quickly became one of my resolutions for 2021. It’s such a relief to share this publicly. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I will.

This website will be an ongoing project. For now, it’ll start out with a blog section and an about me page, but over time, it will be the place where I showcase my side projects and share the bookmarks I’ve curated over the years. I am also hoping to include some less technical items too, like photos I’ve captured while travelling, list of UNESCO heritage sites I have visited and my personal views on various social, cultural and political issues.

The blog is a diverse and open space for cooperation, where I will be publishing my work around various programming topics in general, highlighting overlooked topics and exploring the shades of grey in web browser and web application development issues in particular. I hope to attract like-minded people who may benefit from my explorations, build on them, apply my methods in new ways, or correct any mistakes or oversights I may have made.

Right now, I don’t have a set schedule for when and how often I will be publishing new blog posts, but you can add me to your RSS feed reader or follow me on Twitter to find out about my latest posts and the discussion happening around them.

Before I end this brief introductory post, here is a fun fact: every blog post will have an art piece hidden in the cover photo. In this post’s cover I hid The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh — it’s one of my all time favorite paintings. You can learn more about it here: wikipedia.

Thank you for reading, and I hope you enjoyed my very first blog post.