I am a final year Software Engineering student at the University of Sheffield, UK. My dissertation project, ClimaFever, aims at researching how climate change affects the hay fever sufferers. The project includes building an iOS application, as well as a complementary website. The modules I have chosen for my final year cover topics such as text processing, bioinspired computing, software testing, software re-engineering, cyber security and forensics and others. I am currently working as an undergraduate computer science demonstrator, and I provide technical support to students who take software engineering and web design modules. I am also mentoring over 120 students who live in university residences.
As part of my course at University, I have studied various subjects, such as artificial intelligence, human-machine interaction, robotics, functional programming, algorithms, data structures, computer architecture and networks, automata, computation, complexity and more.
I have experience in software development, both at and outside University, including working with clients, capturing requirements and teamwork in a competitive environment, object-oriented programming, and web development. I did my placement year with GE Aviation System in Cheltenham. My main responsibilities were software development in C#, developing new features, bug fixing and verification.
Apart from programming, I have experience in music production, graphic design, and desktop publishing. I am an easy-going person, always looking for opportunities to try new things, visit new places and meet new people.
MusicApril 30, 2021
"Az Sam Edin" is out now
My fourth single is now available on all major streaming services.
WebsiteFebruary 05, 2021
The first website update for 2021 brings major improvements
Version 2.5 includes a new "Third Year" page, as well as design and performance improvements.
PersonalJanuary 18, 2021
2020 — the year that should have never happened
In 2020 we became more divided than ever. No matter what you believe in, we were all losers. We were, are and will be suffering from the decisions taken by the governments for years to come. The scariest part is that the future is dark.