When I was a little boy, I was very interested in electricity, and that led me to study electrical engineering at the university. In the last semester, I got familiar with PLC. At that time, I realized that I was built for programming. After completing the military service, I started working as an industrial automation programmer and it continued for 13 years.
Throughout these years, in addition to executing various industrial automation projects, I taught PLC, HMI and VFD programming in public courses and various companies. Full-time, part-time, self-employed, and finally setting up my online store, selling electrical equipment, were different forms of activity that I had over these years.
While I was working as an automation engineer, since I was very interested in computers and programming, I started studying academic software engineering topics by myself at home. Topics from discrete mathematics to modern operating systems and more. Meanwhile, I learned programming languages like C, Delphi, and C#. I also learned the Microsoft SQL server. The result of all these attempts and efforts was valuable control and monitoring software products in different industries.
Even though I reached whatever I wanted in industrial automation, but it did not satisfy me. To be honest, the complexities and delicacies I expected, could not be found in industrial automation. Due to that, after 13 years of experience in this field, I decided to make a big change in my career. The new position that I considered for myself was “iOS Developer”. To achieve that I started studying iOS development while I was working as an automation engineer and after one year of hard-working, in the summer of 2018, though I liked industrial automation very much, I said good-bye to it and joined a company that operates in the digital security industry as a full-time iOS developer. Yes, I started my new enthusiasm.
Currently, I am working as an iOS developer and I study almost every day. I know there is a long journey in front of me and I am very happy about being able to share with you what I have learned and experienced until now and in the future.