Mehdi Tassoumt

Senior Principal Architect @ Secureworks Coding, Design and Web Development, Software Architecture and Web3
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⩤ ⴰⵎⵢⴰ Who are you? ⩥
~𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊~
Software Engineer and architect with web3 experience, open source software and decentralized stacks. Having a widespread background of cross domains hands on technical experience and skills sets. Web application development, performance analysis and optimisations, system design and architecture, with a strong handle of cybersecurity and the software development life cycle. A slight obsession for Agile and iterative development, with a passion for good UX and achieving fast incremental deliveries.
~𐦊𐦊 Amya 𐦊𐦊~

⩤ ⵙⵉⵏ - Come One ⩥
~ 𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊 ~
Just tell me what is it that you do?
~𐦊Yan𐦊~

⩤ AchievementS - ⵙⵉⵏ ⩥
~ 𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊 ~
None really. but i have helped and contributed to the success of many.
~𐦊Sin𐦊~

⩤ ⴽⵕⴰⴹ Can helP With ⩥
~ 𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊 ~
able to save the day, a project, an organisation having troubles. Or, and not quite simply, but surely help you get to the next levels up, or transitioning into tech altogether.
~𐦊𐦊(kṛaḍ)𐦊𐦊~

⩤ Education - ⴽⴽⵓⵣ ⩥
~ 𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊𐦊 ~
I have a Bachelor with Honours from Edinburgh Napier University, then spent over 15y building software. I also enjoy contributing to various open-source initiatives, for both personal growth and to contribute to the wide open sharing of knowledge and technology.

It isn't always trivial for me to figure out the difference between having to make things right vs staying pragmatic and get things done fast, but if explained nicely, I do get it.

why not just Edinburgh Uni? I visited the other two Universities in town, one had a super cool computer lab, that was Napier. I didn't care about the lab myself, i tinkered at home. but i thought, the uni that has the coolest lab surely has the best teachers. i was right. best teachers were there.
~𐦊𐦊Kk'uz𐦊𐦊~

thank you ⵙⵎⵎⵓⵙ (smusz)

If signs are too cryptic, they belong to a dialect of a language, still in use, but ancient. Enough to learn how to count from ⵉⵎⵢⴰⵜⵏ (amiat'-n) to ⵙⵎⵎⵓⵙⵜ (smusz't) as fem/masc form of numbered fingers in your hand, starting from nothing. It is not Vietnamese, although ⵜⴰⵎ sounds almost the same as eight in tieng viet. I would throw ⵚⴹⵉⵚ more. I've entered ⵚⴹⵉⵚ (sdis) numbers, in two genres, can count to ⵙⵉⵏ ⴷ ⵎⵔⴰⵡ with one hand and ⵎⵢⴰⵜⵏ memory!



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