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Ismail Tlemcani, a software developer from Morocco. I am passionate about coding, music, and reading books.
It was a summary of the famous book “Clean Code” by Robert Martin on how to write a clean and understandable code.
The topics I usually write about are generally related to web programming and it is usually related to what I am working on or learning at that moment.
I am usually in some nice coffee shop whenever I am in the mood of brainstorming ideas for some new article. Besides that, I don’t have any particular writing routine.
My biggest challenge is explaining the technical concepts I am writing about in the most simple term possible so that every reader can understand what I want to say, no matter his/her experience.
Continue to grow as a software developer and give back to communities as much as possible is the only thing I think of at this moment. In the long term, starting and maintaining a successful opensource project is an aspiration that I hope I’ll have the chance to realize.
Singing in the street. The weird looks that I sometimes get from people are what doubles my pleasure.
I love reading. I find reading the ideas of brilliant minds no matter their area of knowledge is the most interesting thing I can do whenever I have some free time. I also love to run and swim to keep myself fit.
First of all, I am very happy to be part of the Hacker Noon community and very grateful to be part of the “Meet the writer” series. I hope to have the opportunity someday to meet the wonderful people behind this community in real life.
Secondly, in our hyper digitalized world, there is a strong need of having more specialized people engaging in simplifying the technical details of the different industries related to technology by writing simple articles or books or by using any other accessible way to the general public. I hope that more people and especially developers around the world will join us in this journey so that more people can understand or at least have knowledge of the technological tools they use every day.