Done a few start-ups (some even partially successful). I have no answers - only questions.
I made my first money from software when I was 15 in a time and place where private initiative was not very popular. Since then I have been coding in one way or another every day of my life. I have been in small and in big companies. I have been in established businesses and in start-ups. I truly believe that software is eating the world. Let me help you get a piece of the pie.
Georgi was both my mentor and my manager when I first joined Microsoft, and I could not have asked for a better one. He helped me through my ramp-up and I learnt a lot about the SDET role and the skill-sets from him. He was very technical and inspired me a lot of times through example. As a manager, he was great. He guided me with my career through very effective mentoring and identified the right set of opportunities for me. He was very easy to work with and I would love to work with him again.
I worked in George's team back in the post dot com days where we built enterprise scale B2B platform. As I had limited knowledge in my technical experience at that time I found it invaluable to be in George's team. His technical background and team management skills shaped me as a better professional. George has vast coverage of different software technologies and he is capable of leading and implementing for best value. Since then George remains the best technical manager I ever had the chance to work with.
Georgi work in Rila could be explained with "Veni, vidi, vici.". I could associate him also with German Panzer Brigade. I was really enjoy to work , look and learn of Georgi's work within more that 3 projects.
Georgi work could be explained with one word, professionalism.
He combines deep technology understanding into different software development fields with good management and relationship abilities that put his as my favor person to work with.