Igor Ljubuncic is a physicist by vocation, an IT nerd by profession, and a prolific author, with twenty book publications in just the past decade. His portfolio covers technical books, novels in various fiction genres, and several anthologies, including a short story, The Girl with the Flaxen Hair, nominated for the 2014 Sidewise Awards for Alternate History.
Over the years, Igor’s fiction works have received favorable reviews from Publishers Weekly, Underground Book Reviews, Midwest Book Review, and SFFWorld. His technical book on problem solving in high-performance computing is part of the Computer Science undergraduate studies curricula at several universities worldwide. It has also been translated to Chinese.
In the course of his everyday work, Igor has invented fifteen patents and given presentations at numerous prestigious international conferences, including LinuxCon, CloudOpen, Open Source Summit, Qt World Summit, Linux Application Summit, KDE Akademy, OpenStack days, IEEE events, and many others.
In his free time, Igor runs a popular science and technology blog, www.dedoimedo.com, drives fast cars on racetracks, and tries to learn new (spoken, not programming) languages.
You can also reach Igor at webmaster at dedoimedo dot com.