Hi there, my name is Yaghiyah and I’m a technology enthusiast from Cape Town, South Africa with a passion for artificial intelligence, digital signal processing, microcontrollers, Linux, cloud technologies, sustainability, solar, and IoT sensors. I was born and raised in Cape Town and have since pursued a successful career in the tech industry, with two decades of experience in software engineering.

Throughout my career, I have been fascinated by the world of technology. I spent countless hours tinkering with computers, experimenting with code, and building my own gadgets. My interest in AI was sparked through trial-and-error research. I was intrigued by the idea of creating intelligent machines that could think and learn like humans. I started exploring machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, and computer vision. I even worked on developing an AI-powered chatbot that could interact with humans and provide them with information.

In addition to my interest in AI, I also have experience in sustainability, solar, and IoT sensors. I have worked on projects that involve developing IoT sensors for environmental monitoring and control, and I have designed and implemented solar-powered systems for remote locations.

My fascination with microcontrollers led me to explore the world of embedded systems. I learned how to program microcontrollers using languages like C and assembly, and I worked on projects that involved controlling diverse types of sensors and actuators. I even built my own drone using a microcontroller and programmed it to fly autonomously.

Over the years, I have honed my skills and become an expert in various areas of technology. I am particularly passionate about Linux and open-source technologies, believing in the power of collaboration and sharing knowledge. I have experience working with various Linux distributions and have even built my own Linux-based operating system.

Throughout my career, I have had the opportunity to work on numerous projects and have had the chance to push the boundaries of what is possible through trial-and-error research. I have worked on developing a brain-computer interface that could help people with disabilities, and I have contributed to open-source projects that are used by thousands of people around the world.

Currently, I work as a software engineer in a leading tech company where I continue to explore and develop my skills in AI, digital signal processing, microcontrollers, Linux, cloud technologies, sustainability, solar, and IoT sensors. With two decades of experience in software engineering, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. I am excited about what the future holds and look forward to continued growth and development in the tech industry.