My name is MD. MONIRujaman Khan( you may know me by my first name MD ). I am an engineer, web developer and Entrepreneur. I live in Boston, Massachusetts. I have recently graduated from University of Massachusetts Boston with a B.S in Information Technology. This site reflects all of my school works, projects, blogs and opinion on various topics.
A Little bit about my Coding Life
I have learned Pascal programing language in 2003 before going to 4 years Polytechnic Institute. The institute name Center for Computer Studies (Dhaka, Bangladesh) and that time it was pre-requirement for the students to learn basic programing language and had to pass the programing test to get admitted of this institute. Since then I have learned C, C++, C#, and Visual Basic 6, PHP and MySQL.
I learned Web development with PHP and MySQL in 2007 from a senior and expert web developer Arafat Rahman Apu while I was pursuing Bachelor of Computer Science and Engineering degree in Daffodil International University (DIU).
While I was a student at DIU, I got a job offer from my previous polytechnic institute to fill its Junior Instructor position. I taught Software Engineering (PHP and MySQL) and Computer Networking courses from 2006 to 2009.
I have done many projects during my student and professional life. I am really proud of making a big e-commerce website carbooking.us. It took me to developed almost 5 months to complete.
I am an Entrepreneur
From 2004 to 2009, me and my friend Md Shohag had served a computer services (troubleshoot and computer networking) to many corporate offices as well as many homes. Our business dismissed while I got U.S green card visa and came to United States of America in 2009.
I was a co-founder and a web developer at Beantown Import LLC in 2012.With my nephew Sayed Farazi, I started a business for importing clothing stuff from Bangladesh. By our company website beantownimport.com, we sold our own designed T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Unfortunately, our business dismissed at the same year because we had to focus more on study (We were student at Umass Boston) than business.