Alex Bunardzic

Biography

Alex Bunardzic has been around the block a few times. Former teenager, he is now seriously embracing the adulthood, and is finding it to be an exhilarating ride.

His favourite activities are drawing, painting, playing guitar, writing, Buddhist practice, web development, and serious audiophile music listening (and, weather permitting, some gardening as well). When he is not engaged in more serious work, he can be found constantly tinkering with his sophisticated audio system.

Alex likes to write about variety of topics in no particular order. This particular quirk makes it difficult for others when it comes to the favorite human activity -- placing people into a particular pigeon hole, but it may also be fun for others to explore the sprawling mental culture that Alex likes to indulge in.

Right now, Alex is in between gigs and is a guitar and bass player for hire.

Oh yeah, and Alex LOVES to party:)

Where to find Alex Bunardzic online


Books

Artisan Software Development for the 21st Century
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You set the price! Words: 26,530. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Software Development & Engineering / Tools
Upgrade your software development skills by following hands-on examples teaching you how to build artisan-grade software on the web. Learn how to create robust, resilient REST APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) using the power of HATEOAS (Hypertext As The Engine Of Application State). All exercises are coded in one of the most popular development platforms, Ruby on Rails.
Difficult Points In Buddhism
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 57,950. Language: English. Published: November 22, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Asian philosophy
Buddhism is a system of philosophical thought that eschews metaphysics. It advocates staying within the range of experience when attempting to establish the truth about our world and our place in the world. This book is mostly concerned with the facets found in Buddhism today which were never part of the original Buddhist teachings.

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