My name is Dragos Boroianu; I’m a lifelong computer-addict, in love with ( WordPress ) helping people and create amazing things on the web. I live in Iasi, Romania, where all the cool kids live :)) but don’t take it as a permanent address because I’m traveling as much as possible and I plan to do it more often :D.
If you’re looking to learn more about my career/experience, here you can view/download my résumé. Thank you for your time!
This is my personal blog where I post things that really matter to me – people and places that impressed me and I want to share with others, or simply have them here just for me. There are many blogs like it — infrequently updated, lacking direction, occasionally entertaining — but this one is mine. I hope you enjoy it.
If you need help with your website or if you just want to talk with me, you can find me anytime you want via one of the following environments:
and if none of the above is working for you, send me an email at dragosboroianu [ at ] gmail dot com. If you are already following me, you could follow my other projects as well ( thanks much! ):
I’m involved in some other projects but I will not list all of them here. The above ones, are projects that are very close to me this is why I invite you to take a look over – you might like what you will see.
However, back to the “about me” subject – here’s a version of my biography that won’t ever be printed in any documents ( LOL ):
Since I became conscious, I was attracted to everything that meant technology and automation. Everything started when my parents gave me a computer for my birthday and that’s how everything began.
A few years later, I started my first remote job for World Wide WebHosting and worked for them for almost 5 years and the last years as a Support Manager ( managing a small team of awesome individuals ) – it looks I’m a sociable person, I’m eager to learn, I’m a team player and probably that’s a small part of the reason why I was promoted to a manager role.
In my opinion, if you want to be a successful individual in this industry ( and not only), the first thing to do is fall in love with your work/job.