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Nikolai Udianskyi biography and the story of the founding of the first IT-village for programmers



For the first time in Ukraine there will be a village for programmers and developers.



22.Apr.20 7:03 AM
By Shawn Highstraw
Photo ustimesnow.com

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Nikolai Udianskyi biography and the story of the founding of the first IT-village for programmers

Born into the family of a test engineer. He graduated from High School No. 53 in Kharkov, in 2001-2003, served in the military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in the special troops of radiation, military and biological intelligence.He graduated from Secondary School № 53 in Kharkiv, in 2001-2003 he served in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in the special forces of radiation, chemical and biological intelligence (RHB). In 2009 he graduated from Kharkiv National Automobile and Road University (KhNADU) with a degree in “Roads and Airfields”, in 2019 he graduated from Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs with a degree in law and cybersecurity.

For the first time in Ukraine there will be a village for programmers and developers.

In the suburbs of Kharkov, a new ecosystem is being created for comfortable living and work of immigrants from the IT sphere and their families, thanks to which specialists will be able to create innovative projects, and thereby prevent the outflow of minds abroad.

This was stated by the founder of the blockchain development company and the founder of the residential complex EVO country club Mykola (Nikolai) Udyanskyi.

“In Ukraine, very talented and professional developers are trained, but then they find more comfortable and favorable working conditions in other countries. That is why I decided with my friend and partner to create a “silicon village” that will provide ideal conditions for living, working and developing families with IT professionals, “said Udyanskyi.

According to him, by losing such highly qualified professionals, Ukraine loses the opportunity to become a leader in this direction, having the greatest potential in Europe.




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