[10-02-2019] Blog intro

This first blog is a quick introduction of my profile, and motives to start a blog. In this post I will be answering the following questions:

Who Am I?

Born and raised in Tunisia, based in Germany since 2012. I am a student at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), where I am pursuing a Master’s degree in electrical engineering. My fields of expertise include telecommunications & media technology, embedded security, data processing and software development.

Why Am I Blogging?

Documentation is sadly a neglected concept, it is one of those notions that everyone agrees on its importance but very few are properly doing it. So in a way, this blog is a documentation of my work on various electrical engineering topics and a small display of my skills for interested companies. Furthermore, I hope that other people will find value in the presented topics and that these small contributions will be useful for their projects.

What AM I Going To Be Blogging About?

At this stage, I do not want to limit the range of subjects but essentially I will be writing about what I know best and that is electrical engineering related topics. So the blog will be a collection of small articles about embedded security, media technology etc. It will also include some small tutorials and intros on machine learning and data processing, which I hope to be useful for those who are trying to get in those fields.

Who Am I Writing For?

As stated above, the blog is destined to help people working on similar topics. The aim is to give a compact intros and quick tutorials to people who prefer a hands on approach to learning and problem solving.

How Can We Get Involved?

I value feedback and discussions, so constructive feedback is always welcome. The same goes for questions. Although I cannot promise quick responses as I have a life and other responsibilities, but I will take the feedback in consideration and improve the blog accordingly. I will also try to answer every question to the best of my knowledge.

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