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.
We’ve been doing a lot of work for Mash This podcast and have had our regular recording sessions for almost two months now. We’re slowly finding the best format for the episodes and have been improving the quality of the show as much as possible.
Today we’re happy to publish the fourth episode of Mash This podcast featuring our first guest who happens to be a very special one, and a prominent member of the online services community, John Sheehan.
We start start talking about John Sheehan’s work at Twilio as the best telephony API available on the internet, and then move on to some other topics such as the general design of online API’s, his work on RestSharp library for .NET, and some other interesting stuff he has been working on like his upcoming site called API Jobs.
We all found this a very interesting conversation with John and enjoyed this episode, and I’m sure the audience will enjoy his views and expertise as well. Eventually after recording the podcast, John announced that he will leave Twilio soon. I wish him the best of luck in his new career.
You can download episode 4 from our website and check out the show notes that include links to resources we talked about during our chat.
The other good news about Mash This is that I managed to move the site for the podcast from Tumblr to a minimized version of my podcast engine called Hawraman that I’m using on Keyvan.FM, and this new site has better features. We’re planning to change the theme for the site in the upcoming weeks as well.