Blog / Vladimir Sokolovsky

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Hello World
March 23, 2016, 9:31 a.m. Category object TeamMember object

Hi! My name is Vladimir. I'm CEO of Go Wombat Team. With this blog post I would like to start series of posts where I and my team members will share our experience of different things, which are parts of web-development process. We will try to discover the most important and topical themes, describe how to solve difficult problems and deep into the most interesting web-technologies.

How to start application using TOR network and hide real IP address
Jan. 3, 2017, 3:28 p.m. Category object TeamMember object

Sometimes you need to hide real IP address of your web application. For example, in a case when you need to scrape data or you have some API limitations. One of the best solutions is using Tor network.

EuroPython 2017
Aug. 12, 2017, 5:55 p.m. Category object TeamMember object

Who, where and when? The Wombats are going to visit this year’s largest Python conference in Europe - EuroPython2017! Five of our best developers accompanied with their families will have a car trip through many European countries to reach the final destination – the city of Rimini, Italy.

How our trip to Italy has become possible?
Aug. 12, 2017, 5:57 p.m. Category object TeamMember object

You wonder, how our trip to Italy has become possible? Why are so many people from my company going to visit EuroPython conference this summer? The point is that Ukrainians have been allowed to visit the EU countries visa free since June. This decision of the European politicians is literally a landmark event for my country. Not considering thousands of happy tourists – just imagine the opportunities opened for the Ukrainian business!

Greetings from sunny Rimini!
Aug. 12, 2017, 6:01 p.m. Category object TeamMember object

Today is right the middle of the EuroPython 2017. This means I can share some of my impressions on this event based on what I’ve already seen. This conference gathers lots of talented speakers and listeners. As it usually happens, the developers are talking about their work not only at their actual working time. The coffee brakes are for discussing too. E.g. the new language-related features and things like services and hardware.