About this blog

Welcome to Execute Commands, a place where I share my journey in making computer programs, especially in the healthcare field. Imagine this blog as a storybook filled with my adventures and things I’ve learned.

Inside this digital storybook, I talk about different topics, like teaching computers to learn (Machine Learning) and using a special computer system called .NET Core. I also explore different computer tools and programs that help developers like me work faster and create really good code.

Speaking of healthcare, I’ve spent a lot of time working with computers in this field. It’s fascinating how technology and medicine come together. One special thing I want to tell you about is FHIR, a special set of rules that helps different computer systems in hospitals and clinics talk to each other. It’s like a magical translator that helps everyone share important health information, making things work better and helping patients.

As I keep exploring and learning, I’ve realized that making computer programs for healthcare is a bit like solving puzzles. Each puzzle piece represents a different challenge or a chance to make something even better. Whether it’s using FHIR to connect medical data or using smart computer tricks to understand patient information, it’s an ongoing adventure.

So, I want you to know that you’re a part of this adventure too. If you ever notice something missing in my story or have a different idea, please let me know. Your thoughts, shared in comments or messages, mean a lot to me. Together, we can make this journey even more amazing. Just like when teamwork makes a game more fun, our teamwork can make healthcare and computer programs even better for everyone.

About Me.

I am known as Tauqirul Haque, though tauqir (pronounced Taukeer) is the name that resonates with me most. I wear the hat of a full-time developer, a role I’ve gracefully embraced for over a decade, crafting intricate software solutions. My journey has led me to specialize in curating software for Windows environments, orchestrating seamless integrations between different systems, and architecting vital services that find their purpose in the dynamic landscape of healthcare.

In 2008, I proudly walked away with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the esteemed West Bengal University of Technology, a pivotal moment that laid the foundation for my subsequent endeavors. As the present unfurls its canvas, I find myself stationed in Pune, India, channeling my expertise to contribute meaningfully to the world of software.

Spanning my professional trajectory, I’ve masterfully wielded the power of languages such as C#, SQL, XML, JSON, and VB.NET, breathing life into code that operates seamlessly within diverse ecosystems. My creative prowess extends to platforms including WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET Core, Cloverleaf, BizTalk, and IM4HC where I’ve sculpted functional art pieces in the form of software. But the scope of my ingenuity doesn’t halt there; I’ve ventured beyond the customary realms, acquainting myself with the intricacies of TCL and Javascript, thus broadening my palette of skills.

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A significant chapter of my narrative has been dedicated to the healthcare domain. With deep-rooted experience in this sector, I’ve navigated the intricacies of merging technology with the noble pursuit of medicine. This expedition has encompassed the creation of solutions that not only align with medical standards but also enhance the patient experience. It’s this fusion of software and healthcare that truly ignites my passion and underscores my commitment to contributing meaningfully to both fields.

In every line of code, and in every project undertaken, I am driven by an unwavering dedication to the craft and an unrelenting pursuit of excellence.


If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please feel free to contact me at author@executecommands.com