ABOUT AUTHORS OF WARAJEVO



Warajevo is written by Zeljko Juric and Samir Ribic.


ZELJKO JURIC


Zeljko Zeljko Juric was born on 14th July 1968, in Sarajevo (the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina). He is engineer of Electronic and Automatic Process Control. Graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (department of Electronics and Automatic Process Control), University of Sarajevo. The last year of his stydy was in horrible conditions during the Bosinan war. In a perion 1997-2002 he took part of postgraduate study, dedicated to Digital Signal Processing and Image Processing. His postgraduate (MsD) thesis was previously related to research in Digital Mamography Image Analysis, and later focused to Generalised functions in Theory of continual signals. He passed about 30 Brainbench certifications. In 2005 he finished PhD thesis about different approach to dynamic system identification.

Zeljko works as professor (docent) at the Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics (subjects "Principles of Programing", "Basic of Computers", "Mathematical Algorythms" and "Operational Researches", “C++”) and at the Faculty of Electric Engineering (subjects "Basic of Electronics", "Design of microprocessor based Digital Systems", "Computer architectures and organization of system software" and "Principles of Data Aquisition and Transfer"). From time to time, he also work as teacher on some computer courses (for example, usage of computer applications, optional course of advanced programming in the "Turbo Pascal" for advanced students, etc.). He also have one published book for the students with 60 solved problems of the mathematic analysis which was published at the begining of 1992, and about 30 published articles in some computer magazines. He prepared books with solved problems in Electronic and Design of microprocessor based Digital Systems.

Zeljko's native language is Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian and he speaks English language. He also understand something in other Slavic languages (like Slovenian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Slovakian, Czech and Russian), due to similarities with Bosnian language. His favorite computer languages are Turbo Pascal, Delphi, 80x86 Assembler, Z80 Assembler, and PC MatLab. Can make programs in many other languages, like C, Clipper, Fortran and Basic. He likes Casio graphic calculators, and made a lot of software for Casio fx-8000G, Casio fx-9700GE and TI-89 pocket computers.

His main hobby is music. Plays piano very vell (all kinds of music), and can also play some brass instruments. He played piano, French horn and tuba in the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, and played piano and keyboards in the "Happy End" jazz band in Sarajevo. His another great hobby is mountaining (he like the nature and mountains very much), and his favourite sports are skiing and cycling. Maried since February 2006.

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SAMIR RIBIC (AKA MEGARIBI)


Samir Samir Ribic was born on 4th November 1968, in Brcko (a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina about 200 km far from Sarajevo), but he think about small Bosnian town Modrica as his native town, because he lived there from his birth until he finished the third class of the elementary school (nearly 10 years). Today, he lives in Sarajevo. He is engineer of Informatic and Computer Science. Graduated at the Faculty of Electric Engineering (department of Informatic and Computer Science), University of Sarajevo. The last two years of his stydy were in horrible conditions during the Bosinan war. He visited postgraduate study in Sarajevo, got MsD in 2003 on a topic of simplified approach to compiler development. Curently prepares PhD thesis on programming language which has not source code.

Samir works as lecturer at the Faculty of Electric Engineering (subjects "Program organization of the computers", "Principles of Operating Systems", and "System software development") and Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (local part of University of Buckingham, UK). From time to time, he also works as teacher on some computer courses (for example, usage of networks, computer applications, etc.). He helped Zeljko to correct mistakes in his mathematic book (see above), and he has nearly 100 published articles in some computer magazines. He is Microsoft Certified Professional, and finished courses for Oracle administration, Oracle financial applications and Cisco router configuration. He passed about 50 Brainbench certifications. In addition to Warajevo, he wrote ZX Spectrum emulator for TI-89 calculators called Tezxas

Samir's native language is Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian, can speak Slovenian, English and the international languages Esperanto and Toki Pona. He also understand something in other Slavic languages (like Macedonian, Bulgarian, Slovakian, Czech and Russian), due to similarities with Bosnian language. but also can understand something in many Roman languages (like Italian, Spanish and French), due to very good knowledge of Esperanto. His favorite computer languages are Turbo Pascal, Delphi, 80x86 Assembler and Z80 Assembler. Also can make programs in many other languages, like C, Clipper, Fortran, Basic and Lisp.

His main hobby is Esperanto. He was twice the champion of former Yugoslavia in Esperanto, and he takes part of many international meetings of Esperanto fans. Member of Komitato de UEA (World Esperanto Commity) and Akademio Internacia Scienca San Marino (International Scientific Academy San Marino) He also likes music, and can play simple songs on keyboards and accordian. Samir also like mountains and the nature, but he is not very active in mountaining like Zeljko. His favoritee sport are cycling and ice skating. Maried since March 2006..

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