Government Abandonware

July 25, 2015

Governments order software for their allegedly very specific needs. And the EU government (The European Commission) orders “visionary” software that will supposedly one day be used by many member states that will be able to communicate with each other. Unfortunately, a lot of that software is abandonware. It gets built, the large public doesn’t see […]


Open Source for the Government [presentation]

December 9, 2014

A month ago I gave a talk at OpenFest (a Bulgarian conference for open technologies). The talk was in Bulgarian, but I’ve translated the slides, so here they are. Currently, many governments order custom software and companies implement it, but it’s usually of low quality, low applicability, or both. Software is often abandoned. And we […]


Open-Sourcing My Music Composition Algorithm

August 19, 2014

Less than two years ago I wrote about the first version of my algorithm for music composition. Since then got some interest and the algorithm was incrementally improved. Now, on my birthday, I decided it’s time to make it open-source. So it’s on GitHub. It contains both the algorithm and the supporting code to […]