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Hedayat Abedijoo

I'm not looking for a job! looking for the works. looking for the Fits. not asking for a position. all about the cohesion. using my insights first. using my skills next. not searching for the money. grateful for a buddy.

About Me

My name is Hedayat from Iran and currently located in Germany with about 16 years of work experience in developing software. Interested in teamwork and with the ability to lead a team with the view that, a good leader is to make all members of his team think that they have done everything themselves.
Economy, psychology, sociology and music are as important to me as C#, Rust, Javascript, NodeJS and Elasticsearch. However, in my opinion, the most important thing in life is humanity and nature.

My Achievements

Personal

I know what makes me happy, angry and sad.
Learning is the cost of freedom.
Generosity in knowledge makes it deeper.
Disappointment is a sign of ignorance.
The construction path is sweeter than reaching the goal.
Continuous questioning

In Connections

First humans and love and then technology.
Asking for help makes relations softer and deeper.

Nature

Valuable things are not necessarily rare.
Air, trees and oceans are valuable, not money and gold.

My Specialities

Team Leader

Experienced, with commitment and high energy. Without dictatorship but with order and based on reputation.

Self-Criticism

Along with trying to judge fairly and finding metrics to get out of the vicious circle.

Finding Personal Motivation

It is not easy but achievable. Sometimes accompanied by mood swings, which are controlled by self-awareness.

Self Training

It allows me to better discover myself and my surroundings.

Teacher

My knowledge becomes deeper when I explain it to someone else.

Holochain

I am constantly learning Holochain ecosystem. From design and implement hApp to it's community. Then I teach the things I learned. I hope, Holochain can change the future of humanity.

Experience

2019 - Now Holochain Community Member Freelance I am an active member of the community and constantly learning this technology as well as teaching it to others.
2017 - Now Chief Developer & Software Architect Cologne, Germany As a team leader I’ve learned how to gain knowledge from the team and develop my personality. I started listening more than talking, and apologizing became much easier for me than ever.
2016 - 2016 FullStack Developer Freelance However the project was really fantastic with a bunch of technologies inside, but I was working in a soulless international team. I left the team after one year working without seeing many team members. I just know them by their avatar. So I learnt that I love humans first then technology and science.
2004 - 2016 Software Developer Iran & Armenia I experienced many projects and became acquainted with many tools and technologies. I found that I learn more from failure than success. I found out that we communicate with others by coding, so it's best to write the more readable and clean code.

Language skills

Persian
English
German(learning)
Fit CV

The idea of Fit CV was first coined by David Atkinson in his business course inside the Holochain community. I then rewrote my traditional CV to a Fit CV.
I belive, it really does not matter that I know Holochain, JavaScript, RUST or any other programming languages or tools, they are all achievable through a few video courses and books.
What matters is that I take the time to explore my soul, to understand myself better and finally - find my Fits.

I invite you to join this culture by writing your Fit CV and show your insights first and your skills next.


Thank you David,
The survival of the Fit

I once interpreted ‘the survival of the fit’ using ‘fit’ as an adjective that describes the kind of life that survives: strong animals, well-camouflaged animals, or intelligent animals. Now I think of ‘fit’ as a noun.
The survival of the Fit. Both you & your work and the work environment might change but the Fit between them will survive.
When I first started watching animals my standard question was ‘What is the name of that animal?’ …
Many years later my standard question has shifted to ‘What is this animal doing?’ …
Searching for the answer leads into other questions, such as ‘How does this behavior fit?” ….
Focusing on names deflects from the moment, whereas watching for the Fit probes the moment’.

Seeing Nature (by Paul Krafel)

Job vs Work

  • Job: The word ‘Job’ is recent; it dates only from the Industrial Revolution. It was initially defined as a ‘pile of things to be done’, or even more precisely ‘something done for hire, with a view for monetary profit.’
  • Work, in contrast, is a very old word. Its first appearance in English dates from the Aelfric Homllies (11th century): ‘That work was begun under God’s will.
    It still has that connotation. when referring to a ‘work of Love’, a ‘work of Art’, a ‘work of Mercy’.

Many signs point to the idea that a ‘job’ for everybody, which became prevalent only during the Industrial Age, may be dying with that age. A lucky minority has jobs which are also their work. Successful artists always combined the two. Similarly, the real geniuses in any field – whether it is in business or healing, the military, education, academics or politics – always ‘followed their bliss’, as Joseph Campbell put it so eloquently. However, these cases still remain exceptions to the rule. Would you continue doing what you are doing if you had all the money you would ever need? If the answer is yes, you are among the fortunate ones whose work and job coincide. What is the percentage of people you know who would continue their job, if they didn’t need the money? Anything that may help people enjoy what they are doing should be welcome.

As a Chinese proverb puts it:
If a person has joy in what he does There will be harmony in the work
If there is harmony in the work There will be order in the nation
If there is order in the nation There will be peace in the world.

The Future of Money (by Bernard Lietaer)

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