I have a Master’s degree in computer science and a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics. I’m also known to be a technical author with several technical publications in the form of books and articles. Besides, I'm an open source enthusiast and have coordinated or contributed to several projects. Currently, I maintain my projects on GitHub.
As a content provider on the internet, not only I publish on this technical blog, but also I'm a podcaster and publish audio podcasts on Mash This.
Trying to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, I'm a pescetarianist and exercise almost everyday. I’m an avid runner, soccer defender, and tennis player. I also have an interest in fashion.
Per comments and feedback from some visitors, especially a dear and respectful friend like Dave Burke, I also promised to publish my general framework for task scheduling as a part of an open source project. Today I found some free time to start this and created a CodePlex repository for the project.
Finding an appropriate name for the project was not easy and I usually end up with special names such as names of places and areas when I get stuck in these situations! So I ended up with another special name for this project like Abidar.
Abidar is the name of a beautiful mountain in great Kurdistan near Sanandaj and a great place to visit! Abidar has one of the best natures that I could ever seen in the country!
However, Abidar is started on CodePlex and I’m going to add the initial code as soon as I can find some free time to do that. Abidar is licensed under The MIT License to let everyone use it easily and without restrictions in the other projects.
My plan is to release separate versions for ASP.NET 2.0 and 3.5 to have the best compatibility for everyone.
Stay tuned! We’ll upload the first code package very soon!