I’ve always had a passion for reading, writing, technology, and languages. When your job lets you express your passions, you deliver great work. That’s what I do.
When I was 16, I was given the opportunity to launch the website of PCnet, one of Turkey’s leading computer magazines. I made it into one of the largest Turkish tech websites in a few years and managed it for 14 years.
I’ve written and translated countless articles, hundreds of software and website reviews; proofread and edited much more. I’ve created content for magazines (PCnet, Computer Active, OYUNCU), newspapers (Yurt), apps (nexxt), websites (Webrazzi, Microsoft Turkey, ekolay).
I’m also an experienced translator specializing in localizing web and software content. I’m currently leading localizations efforts for Mozilla and reddit. I’ve contributed to various localization projects, including not limited to Google, Facebook, Twitter, vBulletin, PHP-Nuke, WHMCS, and Netvibes.