Hi, I'm Kawshar!

From Bangladesh.
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Hello,

I'm Kawshar Ahmed!

I'm presently expanding my solid experience in developing with UI / UX design. I focus on using my interpersonal skills to build good user experience and create a strong interest in my employers. I hope to develop skills in management, and become an honest asset to the business. As an individual, I'm self-confident you’ll find me creative, funny and naturally passionate. I’m a forward thinker, which others may find inspiring when working as a team.

I have been working as a web interface designer since 2013. I have a love of clean, elegant styling, and I have lots of experience in the production of CSS3 and HTML5 for modern websites. I also design my UI elements with excellence for my project. That helps me to do a project much quickly.


Education
Mymensingh Polytechnic Inst.

Diploma In Computer Science

RRF Institute

Mastering Wordpress

Civil Aviation High School

SSC with Business Studies


Experience
Lead Developer

W3Aliens INC.

Support Engineer

Trust Technology

Front-End Developer

Freelance IT Lab


My Skills
UI/UX Design
HTML5
CSS3
Javascript

3

Years of Experience

651

Projects Done

251

Happy Clients

11

Competition Won

WHAT CAN I DO

Web Design

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Web Development

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Interface Design

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Experience Design

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App Design

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Support

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Some Resource to Learn Javascript




Keep in mind, the first ten resources on this list are some of the best around.

1. Mozilla’s JavaScript Guide
The Mozilla JavaScript Guide hosted on their developer resources network is one of the most comprehensive guides you’ll come across, hands down. It’s ideal for any skill level and it covers a wide variety of topics from basic to more advanced functions.
Price: Free

2. Codecademy JavaScript Track
Codecademy is one of the more promising online coding schools out there, and the JavaScript track is exceptional for coding newbies. The best part is that you don’t even have to register or pay to start the course. Give it a try.
Price: Free

3. JavaScript for Cats by Max Ogden
Do you love coding? Do you love cats too? Well, then you’re in luck! JavaScript for Catswalks you through the entire language from basic to advanced. As the name implies, it’s written in a more quirky tone — as if cats were learning how to code. Yes, the furry kind. It also happens to be a lot of fun, and you’ll end up learning a lot.
Price: Free

4. Eloquent JavaScript by Marijn Haverbeke
Eloquent JavaScript is a digital book about coding with the language. You can access the entire thing online, which is great if you plan to have the content open on another device. If you’d like you can also purchase the book in a traditional print (physical) copy. Eloquent JavaScript is ideal for coders of any level.
Price: Free; physical copy starts at $19

5. Wikibooks JavaScript Guide
Wikibooks JavaScript Guide is essentially a crowdsourced online tutorial. Don’t take that to mean the content is shoddy, because it’s top-notch and extremely useful. It’s also a great resource if you’re looking for a something specific.
Price: Free

6. JavaScript Is Sexy
This website offers a comprehensive roadmap for learning JavaScript “the right away,” and it applies to all skill levels from beginner to experienced programmers. There are tons of resources listed — and linked — too, some of which you might not even find here.
Price: Free

7. JavaScript Garden
This site goes more in-depth with JavaScript, by offering “a growing collection of documentation about the most quirky parts of the […] language.” It’s an ideal resource for all skill levels, including experienced coders.
Price: Free

8. WTFjs
Every once in a while when you’re coding you come across something strange or quirky, either through something you’ve done or through the language itself. WTFjs is dedicated to those moments and serves as a collection of JavaScript irregularities that may crop up while you’re working with the language. This is a good one to memorize because you’ll wind up needing it at some point.
Price: Free

9. JavaScript Tutorial by W3schools
This is a free online JavaScript course that you can take through W3schools — they offer a wide variety of programming lessons. When you’re done, you can take a final exam to earn a JavaScript certification. It’s a good place for beginner to intermediate coders. Experienced programmers might come across a thing or two here, but there’s no sense in sorting through all the basic lessons to locate something relevant.
Price: Free

The WebPlatform JavaScript guide is straightforward and reads like a textbook or educational resource. It has valuable information for all levels of experience and offers a targeted web development section for beginners.
Price: Free

Why You Should Learn Programming?


Steve Jobs once said: “I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think”. Whether you want to improve your job prospects, or just want to understand more about how computers work, learning a programming language is a great way to improve your skillset. Here are 10 reasons why you should learn at least one.

1. The job prospects are great…
Coders, programmers and software engineers are in high demand, with more computing jobs available than IT professionals to fill them. If you want to make a career change, then programming is a very safe bet. And learning at least one programming language is the first step down a potentially very lucrative career path.

2.Even if you’re not a programmer
It’s not just IT professionals who can benefit from learning a programming language. Knowing code can help anyone from content creators to office managers, and even basic programming skills can give you the edge in an increasingly competitive job market.

3. It helps you work with others
Whatever your role in a company, there’s a good chance you’ll have to work with programmers at some point. Having an understanding of programming languages will help you work together with them to solve problems and come up with fresh ideas.

4. You’ll learn how to learn
Learning a programming language will also teach you how to learn in a methodical, self-structured way. Even if you attend a course, the field of study is so vast you’ll have to search for correct methods and techniques off your own back. And that approach to learning will help you learn better in other fields, too.

5. It teaches you how to think logically and solve problems
Programming languages are all about logic and problem-solving. You’ll soon learn how to break down problems, whether in programming or elsewhere, into small, logical steps.

6. You’ll become more detail-orientated
Learning to code requires attention to detail and precision. As you pick it up, you’ll also become more focused and detail-orientated — a plus for any job role.

7. It can be used to automate repetitive tasks
Once you know how to program a computer, you can automate repetitive tasks. You could program Photoshop to automatically resize images, or instruct Excel to create certain spreadsheets. Suddenly those tedious, everyday tasks can be done at the touch of a button.

8. You can use it for your side projects
Knowing a programming language will let you build your own blog for that fun little side project. If you ever launch your own business, you’ll be able to create your own website and save yourself money in the process.

9.Or rake in money as a freelancer
Freelance programmers can earn upwards of $100 an hour, which means you work less and still earn some serious cash. Plus, you’ll have the added flexibility of only saying yes to those projects you really want to do.

10. Everyone can learn how to do it
No matter what your background is in, you can learn a programming language, and there are loads of free resources (including Academy Cube) where you can get started. Some good languages for first-timers to learn include Ruby, Python and Swift.

So Get started with programming.

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