JamalMavadat

Any sufficiently advanced technology
is indistinguishable from magic
(quote from Arthur C. Clarke)
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My name is Jamal Mavadat, an information technology expert, specialised in software architecture, design, and implementation. I have been practically working in this field since 1993, that is when I was 15. My first appreciation to software development was when I drew on GW-Basic programming in old MS-DOS days; and then matured to cutting-edge international software development over time. If you are interested on my current professional qualifications please check the resume section.

I was born on Saturday, November 18, 1978 - Aban 27, 1357 in persian calendar - in a small city named Behbahan in Iran - you may check out Behbahan at Wikipedia or www.behbahan.com. I had some interesting challenges throughout my professional life including some international and country-wide competitions such as International Kharazmi Competitions, in addition to distributing own e-learning boxed package throughout my home country when I was too much younger. If you are interested on reading my "long story," please read my biography.

I'd like to invite you to read and subscribe my professional software engineering and development blog - Jamal's Professional Blog; and my personal blog regarding my personal ideas, thoughts, opinions, and family life - Jamal's Personal Blog.

Here are some quotes that I agree upon and like to share with you; you may find it an interesting way of expressing one's personality and character:

  • With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable. (Thomas Foxwell Buxton)
  • It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer. (Albert Einstein)
  • Being defeated is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent. (Marilyn vos Savant)
  • The real danger is not that computers will begin to think like men, but that men will begin to think like computers. (Sydney J. Harris)
  • One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men; no machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.










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