Hi! I’m Artem.
I’m passionate about computers, arts, and writing. I grew up in Russia, where I majored in applied math and computer security. In 2013, my wife and I moved to (mostly) sunny Philadelphia. I work on Postmark at Wildbit.
Therapeutic parsers —
Re-discovering the simple joy of parsing formal grammars.
What do you mean, “software sucks”? —
Reflecting on the failure of contemporary software to live up to the “thought amplifiers” vision. But there’s still hope!
My Iptables trick —
A single line of iptables config that makes me unreasonably happy.
My wife Julia is a freelance designer and illustrator. Together we built a website for our wedding day in 2013. She is always on a lookout for interesting projects. You can marvel at her work and get in touch by visiting madebyjulia.com.
I’m proud to be working at Wildbit. It is a self-funded, family-owned software business established in 1999. We work in private offices, take quiet time to see the bigger picture, and stay in touch in our personal lives. Check out our products: