In 2005, I created a website to feature my own software on the internet when I was a high school student. I graduated from high school, completed BSc in Computer Engineering, and worked as a Software R&D Engineer, Software Architect for many years. I changed, and this site changed multiple times. So, I wanted to write an article about this website's history. (Closed Down)
While I was studying BSc in computer engineering at the university, in my free time I was reading a lot of science books about quantum physics, mathematics, biology, etc. I was interested in quantum computers, and the other computation technologies, techniques in these years. I was also interested in nature, technology, and engineering in general. I decided to create a website about science and I founded in 2011. I wrote 19 science articles about various topics. I also added some third-party pictures, videos, comics, funny pictures, and a references section to give credit to the third-party content creators to make the website a better place. The website was introduced by other science websites too.
Reverse Engineering Documents (Archived)
In 2007, I decided to write some documents about reverse engineering for educational purposes. I created various software for different cases and cracked my own software to show examples. I wrote 11 documents about reverse engineering in total.

Reverse engineering was a quite funny hobby for me in these years. I also participated in some cracking competitions and won first place. But, as a software developer, I primarily focus on protection techniques against reverse engineering. If you create something new, protecting your intellectual property means so much to you. There is not only a software piracy threat, there are also some people who modify your work or steal your valuable algorithms. So, software developers should know how to protect their software. If you designed an online system, your customers also might be harmed because of this reason.