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Tajddin Maghni  Software Engineer/CTO/Startup Investor 💻 UI Designer Music maker 🎧 Fitness lover 🏃🏻‍♂️ 🇺🇸🇲🇦🇨🇺🏳️‍🌈 Owner: Apps by Tajddin Snapchat: tajddin

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I need about one more day to put the finishing touches on this audio/video capture requirement. 💪🏻 Next, I’ll be working with #nodejs and socket.io to allow teachers using @fluentkey to present to their students’ devices in real-time. Really looking forward to documenting the process of designing and building that feature for you guys!
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Happy Monday! 🤓 Sitting here bug hunting while putting the finishing touches on this video capture requirement, I’m reminded of the quote “If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.” by Edsger Dijkstra. Too true. 😆 Hope everyone has a solid start to their week. 💪🏻
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Sometimes a release schedule requires working on the weekends to make things happen in time. This is one of those times 😬. Hope everyone has a good weekend. 🤗
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Happy Lunar New Year! 🎊🎉 Today’s a pretty fun day - I’m with working with WebRTC, S3 & video transcoding service Ziggeo to allow @fluentkey users to record video and audio through their web cams, in-browser. What they’ll be able to do is pretty cool: teachers will be able to have students submit video or audio responses to authentic foreign language exercises they create. It’s a highly interactive and engaging learning experience I can’t wait to share more of!
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🙌🏻 Props to you for taking the initiative to teach yourself programming! While books and online courses are without a doubt important, even more so is the real world experience you go out and create for yourself.
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In short, the best way to learn programming is to make something you, your friends or family would use.
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When I was in my teens, I’d work on and release lots of projects every year. I’d research existing products out there, find as many tutorials about how to build the various parts of it, and then start building it. Even if there was something already out there similar to what I wanted to build, as long as I thought I could make a better version for my use case, I’d build it. When things wouldn’t work, I’d post to development communities (today that’d be reddit or Stack Overflow).
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The projects I’d work on weren’t always built the right way (especially in the beginning, oh my 😆), but I always learned. I started out small, with apps that would help me and my friends with homework, for example. This process of working on and releasing side projects not only taught me a lot, but eventually turned into my first successful company.
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Through experience you’ll learn what books and online courses can’t teach you: that building software is more than just knowing the syntax of your favorite language or how familiar you are with a particular framework — it’s about solving a problem with lots of moving parts involving design, users, bugs, feedback, testing, release schedules, maintainability and much, much more.
Good luck! 👍🏻
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I’m a huge supporter of various technologies, both open and closed. I work with Linux servers daily and have built products for Windows, Linux, iOS and the web. I’m often asked why I trust and recommend Apple. It’s not for their products’ lovely designs and build quality, though that plays a factor. It’s more than that. There are a few reasons why I continue to recommend Apple to friends, family and colleagues for daily, reliable and secure use:
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Apple’s revenue stream stems predominantly from selling hardware to you. They don’t require information about you, as they are not in the business of selling ads to you, like Google with Android, Facebook, and now Microsoft with Windows. Your privacy is important to Apple because it sets them apart from their competition, whose revenue streams stem from knowing more about you to sell you ads (Google, Facebook, and most technology companies whose products are free).
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While Android is a powerful and versatile OS, all phones running it are beholden to their manufactures’ willingness to release updates for their devices. While Google has made strides recently by trying to make application and service updates independent of the core OS, devices manufactures are reluctant for political reasons. Devices makers want to continuously sell new hardware and don’t want Google to run the show.
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Apple’s product ecosystem is unparalleled. Their products work together, as a whole, better than any other technology company’s. My MacBook, iMac, Apple Watch, AirPods and iPhone were all designed to work well together. If I purchase an app on my iPhone, it’ll be there on my iPad or Apple TV or if I copy an image from my MacBook I can immediately paste it on my iMac or iPhone. The seamless experience across devices is possible because Apple owns every part of their technology stack, from the hardware to the software.
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All technology breaks or has issues. Having an Apple Store nearby to help resolve issues can be a lifesaver. To anyone who relies on their computer for anything important, being able to walk into an Apple Store and immediately get a fix or solution can be a lifesaver.

Happy Friday! 👋🏻 I’ve been working on wire framing the lyrics mapping interface for the various arcade modes @fluentkey will offer. These learning games revolve around moving lyrics where users will either fill in the blanks or unscramble lyrics as they go by (in addition to two other fun game modes). Because FluentKey’s learning content is crowd sourced by teachers, it’s important the content creation interface be intuitive and easy to use, so we’re putting in a lot of effort into making sure that’s the case. Here’s a bit of that work in progress. 🤓
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Thanks @hbeonlinemag for reaching out and asking me to share my entrepreneurial story! Here are a few questions they asked me for their piece.
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What ignited the spark in you to start a new business venture or to make significant changes in an existing business?
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I started coding at around 13 when I got my first computer - the itch to make something and start a business came shortly after. I’ve been building and selling software products in some form or fashion ever since! I built my first successful software product in high school, a business program that helped companies manage their service orders, inventory, vendors & customers. In 2013, I founded my most recent venture, Apps by Tajddin, which specializes in the product development and go-to-market strategy for tech startups. My partner of 10 years and I work with companies of all sizes to bring their ideas to fruition.
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What do you know today that you wish you would have known when you first got started as an entrepreneur?
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Your health and personal time are more important to the success of your business than you might think! Society conditions us to believe that overworking is a good thing — it’s not. I love coding, but even I take time off on the weekends to do other things so that my passion isn’t exhausted. The end result is that I’m far more productive.
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What were the biggest initial hurdles to building your business and how did you overcome them?
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Being a perfectionist and a passionate workaholic, proper time management has been the most challenging hurdle to overcome. It took me a while to learn how to estimate how long something would take & its cost. 🤓 .
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As the beautiful @heidiklum once said, ”Going blonde is like buying yourself a lightbulb.” ...let’s just say I’m feeling the fantasy 😁 💁🏼‍♂️ #backtoblonde (and now I get to match @nickbarbin).

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