Md. Rafsan Zani

Md. Rafsan Zani
Md. Rafsan Zani


Linux Content Developer Executive, Softeko.

Resides in

Dhaka, Bangladesh.


BSc. in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).


Engineering, Data Science, Python, Linux, Content Creation.


  • Has Worked for Softeko as the content developer executive since November 2022.
  • Completed position as Freelance Assistant Engineer for Reactron Global Private Ltd.
  • Completed internship from Reactron Global Private Ltd. as Assistant Engineer.
  • Completed Bachelor of Science from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.


Rafsan has worked on many Computer Science courses in his undergraduate studies. This involves his completion of an undergraduate degree, and various courses in Computer Science, Data Science, and Machine Learning.

Rafsan Started his working experience with an Engineering firm as an Assistant Engineer on a project for 3 months in a private firm Reactron Global Private Ltd. Then he started pursuing expertise in Linux and joined the Softeko team as a Content Developer Executive.

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