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Oleg Kutkov
Works at Yandex LLC
Attended Kharkiv national aerospace university
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C/C++ developer, robotics
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  • Yandex LLC
    System software developer, 2013 - present
  • Sunbay innovation Ltd
    Software developer, 2009 - 2013
  • LLC Inprombank
    Software engineer, 2007 - 2009
  • Ukrprombak
    Software engineer, 2006 - 2007
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Симферополь - Донецк - Макеевка - Игра, Удмуртия
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Give me a manual and i will move the world
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My name is Oleg. I am 26 years old. Currently i'm located and working in Simferopol, Crimea.
I'm Unix system developer at Yandex. My favorite programming languages is C, C++ and Assembler's and my primary operating system is Debian Linux. Sometimes i'm working also with Mac OS.
I was finished Kharkiv national aerospace university as magister of computer sciences in 2011. But in early 2000's my biggest dream is was to be an astrophysicist. Life is life and sometimes dreams is not come true, so now i am computer-guy. But stars... space... is still my biggest love and... dream.

I am interested in different fields of science, new technologies, electronics, programming. Of course i'm a biggest fan of the science-fiction books and movies.
I love quality music, i'm listening all from classic to hard-rock, except: dancing electronic music, pop music and rap.

In my free time i'm trying to develop some opensource projects, constructing different devices and publishing technical articles in the internet and magazines.

Thank you for coming and reading. Live long and prosper =)
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  • Kharkiv national aerospace university
    Software of automatic systems, 2005 - 2011
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Image shared by NASA this morning upon the announcement of the death of Leonard Nimoy

"RIP Leonard Nimoy. So many of us at NASA were inspired by Star Trek. Boldly go..." (from NASA tweet)

http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_1204.html#.VPC3wY73-iw
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+Aaron Sherman I thought it looked like a media person from the studio, turns out it's  U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua (d-Fla.).
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Larger than life..

R.I.P.
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Antares (Alpha Scorpii) and M4 globular cluster in the constellation of Scorpius.

Crimean astrophysical observatory, February 2015.

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#astrophoto #астрофотография #astronomy #space #stars #antares #astrophotography #m4 #sky #night #cosmos #Canon #telescope #longexposure #scorpius #антарес #скорпион #constellation #созвездие #observatory
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On my share I said, "There's a Republican inside the box! Run!" ;D
But in you guy's case, it might be Putin.
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What it Would Look Like if the Sun was Replaced with Other Stars?

How would our horizon look if Earth orbited around another star, such as Alfa-Centauri, Sirius, or Polaris? Roscosmos TV has released two new videos that replace our familiar Sun and Moon with other stars and planets. While these are completely fantastical — as Earth would have evolved very differently or not evolved at all in orbit around a giant or binary star — the videos are very well done and they give a new appreciation for the accustomed and comforting views we have.

http://www.universetoday.com/118610/what-it-would-look-like-if-the-sun-was-replaced-with-other-stars/
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New "toys"!
Original ST-Link v2 progammer and debugger for STM8 and STM32 chips.
It's good that Linux contains correct driver and utility for this device...
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The best toys!!
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"I loved him like a brother. We will all miss his humor, his talent, and his capacity to love."

-William Shatner

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What a sad news...
In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.
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Antares (Alpha Scorpii) and M4 globular cluster in the constellation of Scorpius.

Crimean astrophysical observatory, February 2015.

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Skywatcher BKP150750 on the eq3 mount.
Camera: Canon 600d
ISO: 1600
30x60 seconds.
Manual stacking with Adobe Photoshop
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How ti calibrate the Polar finderscope. Very good tutorial.
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Some interesting information about my favorite constellation :-)
 
Guide to Space: What Are The Orion’s Belt Stars?

Orion dominates the winter sky in the northern hemisphere. Its large size and  collection of bright stars — such as Betelgeuse at the shoulder, Rigel below the belt, and the three stars in the belt — make it easy to spot, even for beginning stargazers.

So how about those stars in the belt? They’re one of the most famous asterisms in Western culture, but beyond what we see with our eyes, what are their astronomical properties?

http://www.universetoday.com/85736/orions-belt-stars/
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Amazing! There is truly always something new we can learn! :)
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