Invasion of the Devs

Hello, my name is Rashad Naime. I am a web developer at Hounder. I was born and raised here in Southern California. I recently graduated from a coding boot camp and am certified in 3 full stack languages including Python, Java, and MERN. I am a computer science major currently attending RCC. I have worked different jobs including tutoring for elementary school students for roughly 5 years. Some of my hobbies include playing video games, sports, and taking trips. I am super excited working for Hounder, getting the chance to make awesome sites and applications for people.

Q&A Time

  1. Favorite action figure growing up?

    Gohan from Dragonball Z was my favorite figure growing up.

  1. What would you name your boat if you had one?

    I would name my boat "The King of Red Lions" based off the Legend of Zelda Wind Waker.

  2. What fictional place would you like to visit?

    The Johto Region from Pokemon, so I can catch all my favorites.

  1. Coffee or tea? Milk in first or last?

    I pick Coffee over tea, but drink both. And I always go milk last for coffee, and for cereal.

  2. What's the most useless talent you have?

    One of my most useless talents would be the ability to beat any Legend of Zelda game in under a day.

  3. What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?

    When I was 9 I broke my wrist on the monkey bars, I tried to jump on it from the top of the playground.

  1. What is the best and worst purchases you’ve ever made?

    The best purchase I made recently was getting the PS5 on sale online. My worst purchase was an Armani watch that broke after 4 months.

  2. If you could meet any historical figure, who would they be?

    Abe Lincoln

  1. What book or movie have you recently read/seen and why would you recommend it?

    The movie Venom, and I would definitely recommend it. It's hilarious and I was laughing the whole time.

  2. Gas station food or school cafeteria?

    I would choose cafeteria, it's the safer bet that the food will be ok.

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