My First Blogging Seminar in Islamabad

November 22, 2017

This is the first seminar that i attended after starting making YouTube videos. Therefore i was pretty excited about it. Interestingly i had my Thesis’ Proposal Defense on the next day. So, here it is. Enjoy. Like. Share.



The journey of “Rambedded” Blog begins

I have started a new technical blog named “Rambedded”, where i’ll discuss my experiences in the technical world.

Rameez's Embedded Systems Blog

Good day tech-lovers…!!!

I have started this blog to document my experiences in the embedded systems domain.

I currently have experience in Embedded Systems Development and designing hardware security for them.

My major experience is in programming Microchip’s AVR controllers. I have also worked on PIC and 8051 uControllers. Right now i am learning to program ARM processors without OS, and i am experimenting on Beaglebone Black for this purpose. I have worked on peripherals of UART, SPI and parallel interfaces.

After this BRIEF introduction, my main reason for starting this blog is to share my experiences in learning new things related to embedded systems specially and technological things in general.

Best of luck to me in starting this journey.

To keep yourself up to date with my progress and experiments, subscribe to my blog and follow me on my social media channels. My Social Media handle: “rameezrehman408”

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Survey Article by “TECHSPOT” on AR/VR

See this user survey for AR/VR headsets


I find the results of the survey conducted about Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality, by this website very interesting.

Currently people are most satisfied with the Playstation VR and Samsung Gear VR.

Most people have had experience with mobile based headsets. The most lesser used headsets were dedicated AR/VR headsets.

It’s an interesting read for tech enthusiasts.

Attending Cyber Secure Pakistan (March 2018)

Attended a conference at Pak-China Friendship center, Islamabad. It was a new and good experience for me.

I liked all the panel talks there. It was overall a learning experience for me and made me realize there are a lot of people working in IT & Security Domain but we need a hell lot more.