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Questions I've Been Asked Before.

I've always been passionate about creating software solutions that solve real-world problems. Before starting any project, I make sure to understand the problem that it will be solving.

If I come across an idea that solves only one problem, I try to expand upon it to find other ways it can be used to solve similar problems. I believe in creating software that is not only efficient and effective but also reusable.

Profit is not my primary motivation, but if a project requires money in order to sustain its development, I'm open to making adjustments, such as adding subscriptions or adjusting its expense, to ensure growth.

Ultimately, my goal is to create software that improves people's lives and to make their tasks easier.

My philosophy on the design and implementation of enterprise networks and smart home setups revolves around creating a secure and flexible system.

I prioritize the use of virtual LANs to separate devices based on policies and enhance security. Devices that aren't considered close personal effects (such as phones or laptops) are isolated into the IoT network, and those I don't have full ownership of, such as a work-from-home laptop, are isolated into the guest network.

I also make use of WPA Enterprise, where each user has their own Wi-Fi login, recommend self-hosted VPNs that allow remote access to home networks for flexibility and the use of non-corporate owned DNS providers such as Quad9 or NextDNS.

In terms of smart home devices, I prefer open and flexible smart home systems that allow users to customize their setup according to their needs. The idea of walled gardens and the need to buy high-priced hardware from a single vendor is not acceptable to me.