The Lightning Storm

The Lightning Storm

A photo by Simon Tushev. More photos are available in photogallery

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More sections and materials will be added in the future

Web expert

Over 8 years of experience in web design, Joomla!, JS development.

Web is my passion.

The main goals for me are usability and high aestetical standards.

Researcher & Engineer

I cannot say electronics is my passion, but it plays an important role in my life. I often design schemes and PCBs for both my personal and professional needs.

I've a degree in Electrical & Radio Engineering and now I'm continuing scientific research.

Photographer

While being mostly a hobby, photography is the thing I'm crazy of. I constatantly try something new - to learn more and improve my skills.

Some of my works are available in Photography section.

 

Hi! My name is Simon Tushev. I do web design and development, research and photography.

Welcome!

Here I publish articles related to my areas of interest, my brief notes that may save some time to others, as well as some of my works.

This site is a work in progress. I will add more sections in the future, such as

  • More photos to photogallery
  • More Joomla!-related articles
  • ...

 

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