Eugen Sunic was born in USA, Pennsylvania, Huntingdon on August 30th, 1991. In 1993 he moved to Croatia. He attended elementary school in a small village of Odra.
At the age of 13 he started to show interest in web design which at that time was in its early years of development (year 2003). He started reading a book called “Sams Teach Yourself HTML and XHTML in 24 Hours”
and learned XHTML and CSS. His first website ever made is still alive (year 2003). He often states that this year was crucial for him because he stopped playing video games and completely abandoned gaming habit.
His high school education begins in early September 2006 at the age of 15 at the first Technical school of Nikola Tesla. At his third year of high school, he began to show interest in mathematics and to this day he enjoys solving problems
related to maths. He made various attempts on tackling the programming field but never showed full desire to stay active in it until college.
After completing his high school, he enrolled at the Faculty of transport and traffic sciences showing interest in air traffic sector. He again starts to show interest in programming and starts reading the book “Advanced programming and algorithms in C and C++ by Domagoj Kusalić ” but quits rapidly after less than a month due to other obligations. At summer of 2011, he starts a tutorial on Visual basic but again decides not to complete it. Finally, in late summer of 2011 he discovers C# and sticks with it to this day. The next year, he attended algorithms and data structures where a professor named Juraj Fosin had strong influence on him and therefore decided to become a programmer.
He soon joined DaniWeb community (being a member for 3 years now) where he has over 300 posts mainly for solving C# related problems. In 2013 he began to learn C to give lectures to his friend who was studying at the Polytechnic College of Zagreb.
In 2014. he joined StackOverflow trying to solve some threads in his spare time.
He holds a master degree in transport and traffic technology and currently pursues another master degree in telecommunications at the Faculty of electrical engineering in Zagreb. He speaks French and English fluently.