About

First of all a little bit about myself.

My name is ioannis ntantis and I come from Greece. I am 25 years at the time of writing this (11/2010). I studied computer science in Northumbria University at Newcastle Upon Tyne ( www.unn.ac.uk).  My course was more oriented  in embedded systems and had only a little bit of web programming. My dissertation topic “Autonomous robot navigation, withing an unknown terrain by using only tactile sensing”. Here I would like to take the opportunity to thank Mr Emil Petkov who was my tutor in the dissertation.
After that I worked for one year in Nissan Motor Manufacturing in the UK Sunderland plant as a junior software developer. My mainly duties involved programming the IBM mainframe in the language NATURAL and JCL.
After completing one year in NISSAN, I decided to move to Greece where is my mother country. As there are no embedded systems jobs in Greece nor mainframe jobs, I decided to move to internet technologies. I started working in European Dynamics SA ( www.eurodyn.com), which is the company that I currently work at. Technologies that I have been using so far include struts, J2EE, hibernate, tomcat, jboss, junit, ejb3, velocity etc…

I have spent some of time also reading and trying other frameworks etc like jboss seam, freemarker and drools.

In my free time, I enjoy playing football, going for walks in mountains etc.. AND READING JAVA OF COURSE 🙂

Soon, and as the time allow, I will be putting more staff in this blog relating to technological tutorials and opinions.

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2 Responses to About

  1. James Sugrue says:

    Hi
    Great blog. Would you be interested in joining our MVB program at DZone?
    If so, please send me a mail and we can discuss further.

    Regards
    James
    (Editor @ JavaLobby)

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