Yes, I do. I've been programming for over 30 years. For more details about what I've done in the past, check out the About Me page.
If I had a nickel every time someone asked me that, I would be a rich guy. Don't be embarassed if you don't know. Just ask...I'm used to it. It's pronounced (Dan-Yell-Ko) or (Dan-el-ko)
Anyone who has known me for a long time will understand that I have always loved Vans. I wore them when I was in high school and I wear them to this day. Looking for a pair yourself? They have some great designs and you can make your own designs on the Vans website. Eventually, I would like to get other images of things that I personally like on the site.
I built DanylkoWeb because:
I have a weekly newsletter called DanylkoWeb Digest where I summarize important curated links during the week, review Morning Coffee Links, add the weekly posts, and provide a collection of relevant links for my audience.
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I've transferred all of the content (except comments) over to DanylkoWeb. Over time, I've done some pruning and trimming of posts to make the site more relevant to developers and designers.
I mean...I remove "demons" from code whether it be mine or someone else's code! Basically, I take bad, smelly, dead code and refactor it/revive it by removing the horrible, "demonic" code. :-) I have always had a fascination with patterns and refactoring since the Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code book. For more real-world refactorings, check out my Collection of Refactorings.
Glad you asked. I built a special section called Resources where I list all of the tools that I use for development/design/deployment.
DCS-Media was short for Danylko Consulting Services media. It was a site I built to teach my clients how technology could enhance and augment their business for the better. There are a couple of reasons that DCS-Media went down.