Hi, my name is
and this is my blog
and this is my blog
I write blogs. It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content.
I can develop software for both web, mobile (ios and android) and embedded systems.
I design websites, mobile UI/UX and logos.
I have strong problem solving skills and I believe that this is a key principle for developing clean and robust software.
I currently work for Touch Retail Ltd and develop full stack solutions using C# and Xamarin. I absolutely love what I do!
I currently work for Eudonet UK and develop a number of different software applications in C# Asp.Net Core, SQL and AngularJS. I love what I do!
Working for SYR (Scott Young Research), I developed usable software interfaces, and engineered autonomous features.
I previously worked for EngageBDR located in California – Los Angeles as a Junior Systems Administrator and yes I loved the sandy beaches!!
I studied Computer Science stuff at Derby University. I created usable web interfaces, designed SQL databases and programmed in C++ and C#.
Bilaal was my direct report at Engage:BDR where he worked as a Junior Systems Administrator Intern for the summer of 2015. He came on board very eager to learn anything I could give him and quickly grasped many high level technologies with ease such as Virtualization, Networking, and PowerShell. I actually found it difficult to keep Bilaal occupied since he was completing anything I assigned him faster than I expected him to.
Together with Prof. Ashiq Anjum, I gave the topic for Bilaal’s bachelor’s thesis, which was about prototyping a mobile device possessing the ability to combine the data connectivity of several mobile phone providers into one stable data offering. This construct has already been realised on trains, for example, to support the train’s WiFi offering, but it has not yet been developed for personal mobile usage. The Raspberry Pi was selected as the platform for this prototype.
Bilaal mastered several challenges along his research journey. He was very apt in deciding which available tools and services to use to achieve his goals in a timeframe of only a few months. He had to select suitable approaches, which he then tested and abandoned several times before he was able to determine the optimal solution.
Bilaal truly stood out among his peers, as others took on this bachelor’s thesis challenge before and failed. I have no doubt that Bilaal will successfully complete his degree, and further, I fully expect him to excel and stand at the top of his class.
He is ok. I don’t really know him. He looks nice.