Daniel Okwufulueze

I'm an experienced Software Engineer/Developer, Solution Provider, Technology Leader, Mentor, and Programming Polyglot who has a remarkable ability to work efficiently with modern software tools and methodologies and to think with ease in multiple dimensions.

I'm passionate about learning new and innovative ideas, an ardent advocate of Software Engineering Best Practices and Collaboration.

I always seek to be involved in building really advanced technologies that meet our needs as humans. Basically, any opportunity to change the world for the better with technology attracts me strongly. It gets even more exciting and more attractive when the technology we're talking about building is really advanced and appears really challenging.

I would love to see an Africa where the youth population is majorly made up of deeply analytical thinkers, innovative solution providers, confident thought influencers, voracious readers, and avid lovers of technology.

My research interests are in Data Structures, Abstract Data Types, Algorithms [especially greedy algorithms] and their complexities, P vs NP problem, Artificial Intelligence, and Numbers.

I am deeply interested in researching better ways of using computational mechanisms to solve problems facing the world and contributing whatever I learn to the vast body of knowledge of humanity. This prompted my contribution to NLIRDB research published in the International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications [IJACSA] (Vol. 3, No. 10, 2012 p.169) while a university undergraduate.

On the Proprietary vs Free Software issue, I'm on the side of Free Software: I value my freedom.

Besides playing with my little daughter, I love to read, write, swim, think [philosophically], and play musical instruments.