LAHORE : Ali Raza, 25-year-old, is the first Pakistani who wondered IT professionals by receiving more than 100 official certificates in designing and software development from the world s most renowned organizations i.e. Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle & Zend.
According to an official handout issued on Friday, Ali, who belongs to Gujrat, completed his MCS from Virtual University. Amazingly, he has not formally received education in design from any institute and all he learnt was home experience.
When he was just 14 years old, his father Arshed Raza assigned him to illustrate advertisements for his newspaper Gujrat Reporter .
Ali, so inspired by the field of computer designing, devoted him to this filed. He spent days and nights to learn from his PC. He is earning millions just sitting in his study room.
Ali is writing for IT journals published from Europe & US e.g. Coder Sky and Flash & Flex etc. The latter appointed him as Contributing Editor last year. Most importantly, Ali developed Smartphone application Adobpedia , an educational application which provides information about Adobe products and technologies.
The application has released on Android and it will be available soon on Ipad and Blackberry. He has also written exam guides on Adobe Flex 3 and Adobe Flex 4 for a British organization Exam Aid, used by many students to enhance their skills and knowledge to pass Adobe Certified Expert exam.
Furthermore, he has been appointed as a Technical Reviewer for few IT related books published by the American and British organizations Packet Publishing and Pragmatic PublishingConsidering his age, experience and locality, Ali’s achievements in the field of IT are outstanding.
His passion and dedication for his work and his endless thirst for knowledge make him a remarkable individual and an asset of our country. The success he has achieved on both a national and international level has made Pakistan proud.