I have been working with computers since 1998 programming on educational languages such as GW Basic and QBasic. I quickly moved up to assembly and wrote a full featured UI and utility development library for QBasic called Newlib. Written completely in assembly, the library was well received amongst enthusiasts and developers.

I started working with PHP and MySQL and developed simple to intermediate applications for community and friends. After stepping in Web Development world, I quickly picked up related technologies like XML, ASP.NET, JavaScript, CSS, etc. While building skills as a PHP/MySQL developer, I also earned a certification for computer maintenance and hardware support around the same time.

After completing school, I started my graduation in 2003 and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Engineering degree (B.E.) in Computer Science from Visveshwaraiya Technological University, Belgaum. I started freelancing in the last 18 months of my graduation course which gave me a chance to polish my development skills. Over the course of my freelancing career, I learned about new technologies and how to apply them in real world on actual projects. I familiarised myself with best practices, guidelines and conventions of each technology and applied them to improve the quality of my work.

After graduating, I joined a large multi-national corporation and worked on a development platform for enterprise applications. I left the job to start Circumbridge.

Today, I work as a development head and partner of Circumbridge. I blog on my Husain’s Chronicle and hussainweb.me and enjoy books, movies and photography amongst other things. You can follow me on twitter.


2 responses to “About”

  1. Piyush Avatar

    Good to c ur blog finally!!!! Well one suggestion…Is it possible to re-do with the fitter thing ? I mean just try out anything…right now its like the whole screen is occupied with the big grey footer if someone scrolls down totally! it looks a bit odd and untidy out there…

    1. hussainweb Avatar

      You mean footer, right? I still have to tweak that. I will be changing how things look in footer and sidebar. It won't be as big but I plan to keep quite a few things there. I just finished the styling for the rest of the site and I couldn't continue with deciding on the sidebar and footer.

      One thing, though, I plan to make the footer quite functional so that even if someone scrolls all the way down, it won't look as bad as it does right now.

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