If anything is certain in this world, it is that things always change. And there is nothing you can do about it.
Sometimes, the best thing you can do is – accept the change as soon as possible, since that is really the only thing you can do. Many years ago, I was complaining about some injustice to my former boss, and all she said to me was: “It is like it is. It’s better for you if you accept it sooner, rather then later.” I was shocked at the moment, but I remembered those words and … well … accepted the circumstances. A month or two passed and things changed again – this time for the better.
But, of course, in most cases you actually can do something about the unpleasant change that you are facing. In that case:
By Aleksandar Jakovljević
My name is Aleksandar Jakovljević and I am a web developer from Belgrade, Serbia.
I was born in Smederevo, in 1980. I started focusing on web development since late 2003. I am mostly focused on open source web technologies.
I specialised in PHP, focusing on Symfony framework, with skills in Drupal and WordPress, too.
I worked more than 7 years for art_net studio and 10 years for Computer Rock (former Spoiled Milk). Now I am working on developing industry leading subscription management system as a part of Plenigo team since August 2021.
I love the web and everything related to it. The possibility to publish your ideas quickly and make them available to the entire world is what made me decide to pursue a career in web development.
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