Unfathomable

Md. Samiur Rahman

CSE Graduate || Mathematics Coach || Academic Adviser || Research Assistant

This is Md. Samiur Rahman - a goal-driven graduate from Computer Science & Engineering. I'm willing to pursue my higher studies in Cyber-Security, and Pure Mathematics. During my breathing space, I love to write articles, distinguished blogs, web contents, thought-provoking contents, social media campaigns, and what not. I would love to be explained in a way that keep me attached to the souls of at least a handful of people whom I can inspire, and spread the positivity across by telling my stories in the 21st century.

Besides being in Academia solely, I tried to explore the Industrial Arena in the context of Bangladesh, and pursued a dedicated Internship at the renowned MySoft Limited (A World Class Hospital Automation Provider in Bangladesh). After completing the Internship, they offered me to get appointed as a Software Development Engineer (full-time) in MySoft Limited. I am working remotely as an Academic Adviser for teacherOn (Sengkang, Singapore).

From my childhood, I became strongly influenced by the abstract beauty of Mathematics, and I had fallen in love for Mathematics. In my opinion, I don't know whether or not it would be a hyperbole saying that I breathe Mathematics. I'm working as an Instructor in Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad. I always tries to motivate people to love Mathematics, and to observe the inner abstraction of Mathematics that I've observed. Perhaps, Salvador Dalí illustrated me in the best possible way: "Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it".

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Crossroads in the Life of an Undergraduate Student in Bangladesh

by Md. Samiur Rahman

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