Alright, looking back moving forward style highlights...
January 2014 --- leaped from internship to junior operations engineer position at TeamSnap. It is a small leap for mankind but big one for me.
March 2014 --- managed to organize and host 1st Virtual day of free and open source technologies with my colleagues. A great experience and something for the community. Up till March I was only looking how Ubuntu community is doing regular hangouts and must say that they have been a role model and still are to start and do many things.
April 2014 - helped openSUSE team at openSUSE 2014 conference
Wonderful new people and new knowledge and experiences and I finally got to see Dubrovnik for the very first time. A tourist in my own country, priceless.
|openSUSE 2014 conference, (photo courtesy, various authors)|
June 2014 - organized and hosted DORS/CLUC 2014 with my colleagues and finally met Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph in live. As I wrote on my blog post, she is one prominent lady in FLOSS world and one of my role models. It was also great and refreshing to see more ladies at the conference.
|From left to right: Elizabeth K. Joseph, Lucija Pilić, Ana Mandić, Marta Milaković and me, (photo courtesy: Milan Rajačić)|
October 2014 - believe it or not my first airplane travel all the way to USA to meet my TeamSnap team in Colorado. It was an awesome experience and it was amazing to see all those people in live. Yeah, I have to post the rest of the photos. Once I put them on Flickr this post will be updated, I promise.
|TeamSnap team, (photo courtesy: Bridget Sweeney)|
December 2014 - organized and hosted second virtual day of free and open source technologies with my colleagues. Hopefully this will turn into a regular activity. It actually depends on volunteers.
I have to mention that I'm very proud of my nephews who were my helpers in the kitchen for holidays. When teenagers help you with baking cookies it is not a small thing. ;)
Mmmhm, well, what happened on the last day of December and has been started in April 2014 is still at the beginning phase and I cannot tell the future of it i.e. will it happen or not, but, I'll give you a hint (see video below).
So, the year 2014 has been quite eventful and intense on a personal and professional level.
For the year 2015, as always I wish everyone lots of opportunities, geeky happiness, FLOSS events and lots and lots of laugh.....
Happy New Year and to my Linux geekz Happy GNU/Linux year 2015