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, 9 Aug 2006
Tracking Emails for Open/Read

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Mohammad Ali Azam
Architect TechAnts Technologies Limited
Bangladesh Bangladesh

Mohammad Ali Azam has been working as an Architect in TechAnts Technologies Limited, located in Dhaka, Bangladesh since 2008.

Azam had long been working as a Senior Java Enterprise Architect in several companies and now has been working on software development using ASP.NET platform. He is as competent in both Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET as he is in J2EE.

For last couple of years, he has actively been working on Email Campaign Software, ECMS, Search Engine Integration, Hospital Management System, Knowledge Management System, Human Resource Management System and open source PHP web application such as Joomla, WordPress and Magento. Along with his regular tasks in the industry, he has also been researching on inventing technologies to promote Rapid Application Development (RAD).

While he works on designing various component models utilizing the best industry practices and the latest specification of UML, at leisure, he plays with his little baby girl and watches Sci-Fi movies on satellite TVs (or on DVDs) with his

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