This Developer's Life 1.1.5 - Revolt
In this special episode of This Developer's Life we explore the Egyptian revolution. We talk to Remon Zakaria about his experience writing software for a day job and overthrowing the government at night. Big thanks to Ahmed Remy and Reem Ahmed for their help.
We wish we could have used everyone's story - there were so many.
- Remon Zakaria works at DashSoft, a software consultancy in downtown Cairo specializing in turnkey solutions for offshore companies.
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