Hello, I'm Hasan,
I was born in Fikirtepe, one of the quietest districts of Istanbul, in 1990. In the Electronics department of Haydarpaşa Industrial Vocational High School, I learned many questions, from the question of how the electrical installation of a 4-storey building is made, to the question of whether Perhydrol really hurts, where you touch in the power supply, to the smallest detail, both by trying and by our teachers for 1 year. At the end of the year, I transferred to Haydarpaşa Technical High School Computer Department in 2004.
For a period of 3 years, I had enough knowledge to write projects on software (pascal, delphi, visual basic, c, c#, php, asp), hardware, graphics, data and web design. I graduated in 2010 by working as a freelancer in the web field. I made a vertical transfer to Anadolu University Economics department. I was able to complete my undergraduate education in 4 years by failing to take the exams by accident in two different final exams :) I completed my master's degree at Altınbaş University, Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Business Administration. I have provided consultancy services to many corporate companies on internet solutions. Thanks to working with the best software developers and directors of Turkey in the field of Information Technology and Payment Systems, I had the opportunity to experience the expression of being open-mouthed every day. During these processes, I learned Payment Systems (Atm, Provision, Chargeback), Customer Relations (Crm, Callcenter) thanks to my curiosity and a bit of special directives.
In 2012, I started to serve professionally in the fraud industry. Since Fikirtepe, the district where I live, has a significant share in the fraud industry (we lost the lead due to urban transformation :) ), I frequently witnessed cases that an expert would consider interesting but ordinary for me, had a positive impact on my business life. Currently, I continue to work in the field of fraud. I am a married citizen with 1 child who has the best vehicle in the world, but tries to look ordinary, usually uses public compressed transportation (metrobus, marmaray, metro) or bicycle to cope with Istanbul traffic.
Edit: friends, you were wondering about my vehicle model. For me, the most valuable object in the world is the object I own. My most valuable vehicle for now is 2012 Model Linea :)