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PHP, MySQL, Symfony, Doctrine.

Android Development

Because we all love candies.

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Integrating, migrating, building systems, solving unique problems all around IT.

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I am
Csaba Kopiás

I am Csaba Kopiás, a 27 year old self-employed software architect from Budapest, Hungary. I have graduated with a Bachelor degree of Engineering Manager, from the Óbuda University.

Being in the software industry for more than 13 years, i'm passionate about learning new things, reusing clever ideas and inventing new ones.

I'm familiar
with these

Here is a categorized list of things that i used a lot.

Programming

PHP Unit Testing JavaScript JavaSE Regular expressions Dependency Injection Database Design Message Queue XPath

Android Development

Android Studio ADB Rooting Flashing CyanogenMod Xposed

Environment

Trac Subversion Git Database Administration Configuration Management Continous Integration Command line Chrome Developer Tools / Firebug

Web

Symfony Framework Doctrine Composer jQuery jQuery UI Sizzle Bootstrap CSS HTML 5 PHPUnit Twig

Linux

Shell Scripting Ubuntu Debian Configuration SSH Compiling Automation Server Configuration

Software

PHPStorm NetBeans MySQL Percona Server HeidiSQL Wireshark Lightworks Inkscape Kdenlive Imagemagick Blender ffmpeg

Electronics

Arduino AVR Eclipse Raspberry PI WS2812

Areas

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Art

I'm not quite an artist, but I see if something is good.

One of my habits is to take photos in the nature and to do macro photography of which I really love.

All of the artistic / nature photos on this site were shot by me.

You might want to reload this page a few times to see more photos of mine, they are being inserted randomly from a big collection.

Life

I love to be in fellowship with my friends, ministering towards others and going out into the nature to see the beauty of the grand design.

I believe that Life has value, meaning and purpose. Also, I have found them both.

Art

I'm not quite an artist, but I see if something is good.

One of my habits is to take photos in the nature and to do macro photography of which I really love.

All of the artistic / nature photos on this site were shot by me.

You might want to reload this page a few times to see more photos of mine, they are being inserted randomly from a big collection.

IT

Web / Frontend

Since I learnt the foundations of web development some 12 years ago, I'm following the newest standards and technologies.

I have built several heavy-duty and feature packed GUI-s with DND, Ajax, Context Menus, Custom toolbars, Touch, WebGl and Canvas components involved.

Most of my jobs were around web based technologies, I feel myself at home in the Developer Tools of browsers and in the sources of huge JavaScript projects.

IT

Linux

I'm using Debian based Linuxes for more than 11 years as my main operating system.

Also my working environment is Linux based and I'm very familiar with remote handling of servers.

IT

Web / Symfony

Using and building systems based on Symfony for years. I have deep knowledge about Symfony's depth, for one company I built their whole framework from ground up using Symfony, with a lot of totally custom components like:

  • Database schema and content change management
  • Form widgets
    • Autocomplete
    • Advanced fileupload (multiple files, validation, chunked upload)
  • Easy to use fully automatic table viewer with automatic paginating, ordering, filtering
  • Multi threaded intelligent backgroundjob handler (with weighing, prioritizing, pausing, error handling capabilities)

I love Symfony's intelligent design and clarity in a lot of areas.

IT

Android

These days I'm about to release my first commercial application that includes:

  • Custom multithreaded web server with Server Sent Events support
  • Background processing
  • Image processing
  • Root shell usage

I have contributed to open-source android projects too, about which you can get more information on my GitHub page.

Life

I love to be in fellowship with my friends, ministering towards others and going out into the nature to see the beauty of the grand design.

I believe that Life has value, meaning and purpose. Also, I have found them both.

Electronics

Somewhere around the first days of 1st grade, I had with me an electrical generator (around two kilogramms of weight) with a small light bulb attached to it's terminals ... thats what I was interested in the most at the time. Then, I learnt soldering around 6, did my first mains extension cord around 8.

I was the kid with separate bags of tools whenever there was some vacation, in case of emergency, namely if any of my contraptions would fail. Like my water gun... I built my own water gun which included a windshield washer pump, a 12V accumulator and was fitted in a back pack next to some 12 liters of water. It had a range of eight meters if I can recall that correctly.

I created my own PCB's by the age of 11, reverse engineered stuff like camera's flashlight circuits and created my own PCB for them with the components replaced from the old one to the new around 13.

I went into an electrical engineering focused high school. On my own I learnt to program Atmel's AVR micro-controllers in C. I always loved to write programs for embedded things like MCU-s, not-smart phones and later on for smart phones too. With AVR I managed to write my own PWM library, red from FAT file systems, handled displays, did serial communication, and so on.

From time to time I teach electronics to teenagers too!

I like to tinker, hack, repair electronic gadgets or build some custom stuff for fun projects. For example I have participated in a few robotics related contests in the past with a small team.

So for 19+ years being into electronics is a recurring topic for me, even though I only consider it as a hobby.

Life

I love to be in fellowship with my friends, ministering towards others and going out into the nature to see the beauty of the grand design.

I believe that Life has value, meaning and purpose. Also, I have found them both.

Electronics

Somewhere around the first days of 1st grade, I had with me an electrical generator (around two kilogramms of weight) with a small light bulb attached to it's terminals ... thats what I was interested in the most at the time. Then, I learnt soldering around 6, did my first mains extension cord around 8.

I was the kid with separate bags of tools whenever there was some vacation, in case of emergency, namely if any of my contraptions would fail. Like my water gun... I built my own water gun which included a windshield washer pump, a 12V accumulator and was fitted in a back pack next to some 12 liters of water. It had a range of eight meters if I can recall that correctly.

I created my own PCB's by the age of 11, reverse engineered stuff like camera's flashlight circuits and created my own PCB for them with the components replaced from the old one to the new around 13.

I went into an electrical engineering focused high school. On my own I learnt to program Atmel's AVR micro-controllers in C. I always loved to write programs for embedded things like MCU-s, not-smart phones and later on for smart phones too. With AVR I managed to write my own PWM library, red from FAT file systems, handled displays, did serial communication, and so on.

From time to time I teach electronics to teenagers too!

I like to tinker, hack, repair electronic gadgets or build some custom stuff for fun projects. For example I have participated in a few robotics related contests in the past with a small team.

So for 19+ years being into electronics is a recurring topic for me, even though I only consider it as a hobby.

Life

I love to be in fellowship with my friends, ministering towards others and going out into the nature to see the beauty of the grand design.

I believe that Life has value, meaning and purpose. Also, I have found them both.

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