The personal website has become my lifetime project. The more I learn, the more I find adjustments.

Its vision began in early 2001 with a simple artwork portfolio. My out-of-school time was filled with exploring computer science, designing, and developing the Web. Still, in 2001 the whole Web was filled with popups, ads, and flash intros, and the "power browser" was Netscape while IE6 wasn't even yet released.
When my first website was built, I thought "It is awesome! Perhaps there's no way to build my own social media portal or a chat system...". Not for a big surprise I began with Flash fullscreen website and after switched to semantic HTML with tables and from time to time removed outdated syntax, and still continue to improve it with the latest standards and UX concepts. By the way, I worked on my own social media portal before Facebook was created.

My favorite front-end technologies are HTML Living Standard - HTML5, CSS4, JavaScript APIs, ES6, and POSH.
I propose standards, participate in the next cutting-edge tech, and keep myself updated on the latest spec drafts.
I feel against using outdated, useless technologies. Flash slumped in 2011, Android is Flash imitation, Silverlight did not push itself, Java is deprecated, ASP.NET was designed only for Windows, Photoshop doesn't cover responsive design, JavaScript frameworks are harmful, etc.

In the next few years, standard websites will be changed to Webapp tech, and it is the position I work since 2009.

Binyamin Laukstein

My website from time to time has been redesigned, upgraded, and relocated to different domains.
Since 2011 hosted on Cloud.
Since 2009 under domain