FirefoxOS Hack Session at AUB by Mozilla Bangladesh Community (Photo)

You can get the entire Album from Enzam’s here:

Thanks to all the volunteers, attendees & specially Rahid Hasan (ReMo) for the co-ordination 🙂


Firefox OS Hack Session in Bangladesh, tomorrow! Open for Everyone!

We’ll be having a Firefox OS hack session [1] at Uttara, Bangladesh tomorrow and thus start the journey of the series events. Eventually, we’re planning to organize Open Web Applications/Firefox OS Hackathon in 2013 and as a part of the program, we’ll be arranging open web hacking & training sessions in colleges/universities/other possible regions.

Tomorrow, we’ll be presenting at the first event of the series, at Asian University of Bangladesh, Uttara Campus, starting sharp at 11:00 AM, UTC+6

We’ll be introducing Mozilla Bangladesh, Firefox OS [3] essentials, apps showdown & tutorials to write your own apps, API demo etc.

The Event is FREE for everyone, so just drop by!

If you want to host such event in your university/college/local area, just inform the Mozilla Bangladesh ReMo team [2] and we’ll be more than happy to arrange such events! If you’d like to contribute/speak in such events, please join Mozilla Bangladesh Community [2] today.

See you all tomorrow!



Firefox turns 8 – Mozilla Bangladesh Community Celebration

Just returned from the Mozilla Bangladesh Community meet-up. Mozillians along with ReMos attended the party – it was an awesome afternoon. The meet-up was special as we celebrated our favorite Firefox’s 8th Birthday.


The party was scheduled to start at 3 PM, but ReMo Ahsan vai was present by 2 PM to receive guests. Me & another ReMo, Enzam picked the cake and were a bit late, but we were excused because of the delicious cake ;). First there was the introduction session, where everyone said hi, about themselves & how much they love Firefox!

We ordered “Faluda” a popular desert in Bangladesh. We talked about Mozilla Bangladesh community, about Mozilla & it’s various projects & activities. Mozillians also shared their thoughts. They learned about the ReMo program too, and how to contribute to Mozilla either being a ReMo or not.

Finally, there was the time for cake! I won’t make the post longer, let the photos speak.

Soon it was evening, & we had to leave. We collected contact information of the Mozillians, discussed about future activities and thus enjoyed an wonderful afternoon with proud Mozillians of Bangladesh.

Happy Birthday Firefox, again!

Proud to be a Mozilla Rep!

After waiting for a long (seriously, 1 year!) finally I’m the official Mozilla Representative. Thanks to Vineel for guiding me on every steps towards it. Now there are chances for me to materialize the plans I had to spread Mozilla, develop and create awareness for it even better! Hopefully, my subscribers will get a lot of posts regarding my activities.
Best of luck to me. 🙂