Rezwanur Rahman Rahat, Youth Spark Advocate, Microsoft
From my early age I have dreaming that one I could be able to be a role model in Bangladeshi IT market. My interest switched on computer programming when i was in class nine.
After my SSC examination i got preparation for seat in Microsoft Certification exams. In 2009 I got Microsoft Certified System Administrator and Microsoft Certified System Engineering Certificate.
In 2013 I admitted in the American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) and connect with student forum called Microsoft Student Partner (MSP). Then I have inspired on making Mobile and Desktop Applications and able to make a good relationship with MSP's among the world and also with Microsoft employees as well.
At 2014 I with one of my friend build a startup named "Supernova" and developed the first App with Microsoft, first Bangle Alphabets and phonetics learning app,"Bornomala". With thousands of downloads "Bornomala" selected as top finalist app for Telenor Digital Winner, Best App in Asia award 2014. Participate in National Hackathon 2014 with Supernova team and placed 2nd runner up position solving "Sanitation and Behavioural Change "problem.
From September last year, I have started working with Microsoft as Microsoft YouthSpark Advocate. YouthSpark Advocates are young leaders who have been selected to represent YouthSpark through online and offline activities.
On December, 2014 I seated for 9 Microsoft Certification Exams and gain Microsoft Technology Associate, Microsoft Certified Solution Associate, Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Specialist Certificate in different category.
Recently Microsoft awarded me a free trip in Seattle for attending a youth leadership business conference called "We Day". Microsoft Headquarter invited me for this event and also for the trip in Seattle with full free expenses. Now I am at the home of Microsoft at Seattle. I will step in Dhaka on Tuesday.