Nadiba Rahman

Nadiba Rahman
Nadiba Rahman


Linux Content Developer Executive, SOFTEKO.

Resides in

Dhaka, Bangladesh.


BSc. in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology.


Technical Writing, Website Blogging, HTML, CSS, Microsoft Office, Mathematica, MATLAB.


  • Currently working as Linux Content Developer Executive for LinuxSimply, SOFTEKO.
  • Worked on electronics and communication based projects.
  • Research experience in channel modelling-wireless communication.


  • Content Writer at Skyranko.

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