Being Me!

I wear many hats through out the day. I’m a son, a husband, a father, a coder and a dreamer. I may not be perfect in any of these areas. I may not give my 100% to be perfect. But I can say, I’m better than yesterday. I will be even better tomorrow.

Graduated from Charles Sturt University in Australia with Bachelors in Information Technology, I’m currently working as a Software Development Manager for a Financial Institution in the United States. Besides the 9 to 5 responsibility, I (very infrequently) contribute to the open source community.

Last updated 24th December'15 at 6:06pm (download Recently Updated Pages plugin)

  • Roy

    Nice to meet you!

  • Md. Mahabub Alam Shaheen

    I also comment to that good to see your blog

  • I believe I spent some of my great days with you. Soon after joining the company, you became a friend from a colleague.. which is really rare. I still remember those days, we did lots fun. I wish you all the best and a very happy family life…wherever you stay, stay cool.

  • Jennica

    Ppl like you get all the bairns. I just get to say thanks for he answer.

  • Kazi Nasim Ahmed

    You are a very family oriented person. Good to see that. It seems that you have the habit of writing. Can you write of Bangladeshi people living struggling at Canada? What are the real challenges there?

    I have got immigrant visa. Now thinking about going there. So want to know more about Canada.

  • alicey

    ehsan, just want to tell u sincerely “nice to meet you”

  • Thank you!

  • Md. Shamsuzzaman

    I am glad to meet a Bangladeshi working at this postion and I like as u are an Open source network cordiantor.

  • I would say experience is different in good ways but similar in many ways, which isn’t pleasant. Many web development companies here struggle in the same way as BD companies do. They lack appropriate higher management, who fail to understand what it takes do the jobs.

    To build a company is very easy, isn’t it. But to run it properly and keep the employees happy is very tough. I’ve worked in Bangladesh and I know what it will take to keep people happy. I know it is a great fun and good environment in your company, but it is really difficult to build such a company. I hope with your best wishes and prayer, I might do something similar. But it all depends on future. Depends on many factors.

  • Ehsan vaia, how would you compare job experience in Bangladesh and Canada? I found you worked in 3 company in Bangladesh and 2 in Canada. Would you have any plan to come Bangladesh later and build your own company? 🙂

  • Good to see your blog.