My name is Mohammad Mahdi Ramezanpour. I am 31 years old (By the time of writing this) software developer, husband, and Nika’s father. We’re currently live in Tehran, Iran. I am blogging for more than a decade here but lost all of my previous posts suddenly in 2018. So I decided to start over.
I started developing software at the age of 13 with QBasic programming language. I am currently working as CTO at Sahab Pardaz company in which we develop audio/video streaming services alongside some IoT/AI projects.
At the early stages of my career, I was a dotNET/SQL Server fan. If I can remember it correctly, I’ve developed more than 100 projects with Microsoft development stack. In 2012, I completely changed my path to iOS development and developed 3 successful projects using objective-c programming language. While I was developing with a macOs at work, I’ve tried some Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Fedora, and ArchLinux on my home machine.
By using Linux, I was unable to use .NET stack anymore because the dotNET core was not released at that time (Or maybe I was not familiar with it); consequently, I get started learning and developing using some other programming languages like C/C++, Python, Bash, Ruby on Rails and PHP.
We’re currently using various programming languages depend on the project type; but, our main platforms are developed using Python 3. However, there are still projects which are developed years ago and have to be upgraded 😉
When I’m at home, I try to dedicate my time to the family and read books. I think family is the most important part of everybody’s lives. I believe life is meaningless without a family. We try to spend as much time as possible together.
I love reading books and sometimes blame myself for not being a reader before; but, I am doing my best to compensate my past and read books casually. You can follow me on Goodreads if you also a book fan.
This website used to be a technical blog; but since 2018, I decided to change this was and use it as my life timeline. I will post about everything and all of these posts are my personal opinions.