Ali A. Reihani
Greetings, Welcome to my website ūüôā I am Ali, also known as "Al1nuX," an engineer and computer scientist with a passion for the Linux operating system and the world of computing. I thoroughly enjoy working with computers, electronics, artificial intelligence, robotics, and exploring the wonders of science and nature. I have a deep affection for the Linux operating system, symbolized by the adorable Linux penguin ūüźß, and I am a strong advocate of "Free and Open-Source Software" (FOSS) and the GNU project. These principles, supported by the Free Software Foundation, drive my belief in collaborative innovation and the availability of technology for all. Arch Linux is not only my primary operating system but also my preferred choice due to its flexibility and customizability. Alongside my technical expertise, I offer consulting services and comprehensive solutions in the field of information technology. With an unwavering dedication to the Linux operating system and years of experience in the computing industry, I bring a wealth of knowledge to the table. I am deeply passionate about emerging technologies, including embedded computing, quantum computing, the Internet of Things, robotics, and artificial intelligence. My thirst for knowledge is insatiable, and I constantly strive to stay at the forefront of scientific research and industry trends. Engaging in intellectual pursuits, conducting thorough research, and expanding my expertise are activities that bring me great joy. On this website, you will find a collection of my projects and explorations, serving as my personal corner of the internet. I hope you enjoy your visit and find value in the knowledge shared here. Thank you for visiting,

Knowledge, Decrypted.

Unveiling the Mystery of Tupper’s Formula: Exploring Art and Mathematics

Introduction Mathematics and art have long shared a symbiotic relationship, intertwining to create awe-inspiring and thought-provoking creations. One such fascinating intersection of these disciplines is Tupper’s formula, an intriguing mathematical expression that generates captivating visual patterns. In this article, we delve into the world of Tupper’s formula, exploring its origins,...

Computing Through Time

In the early 19th century, the world was abuzz with a new form of transportation that would change the way people moved around forever: the velocipede. Also known as the “bone shaker,” the velocipede was a precursor to the modern bicycle and was invented in France in the 1860s. The...

Portion Sizes

Portion sizes play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy diet and preventing overeating. While it may be tempting to eat as much as possible, especially when it comes to delicious food, consuming too much can lead to weight gain, chronic disease, and other health problems. In this article, we...

The Night of Al-Qadr

Laylat Al-Qadr, (Arabic: ‚ÄúNight of Power‚ÄĚ)¬†Islamic festival that commemorates the night when the Quran was first sent down from Heaven to the world. The night which God first revealed the Qur ĺńĀn to the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) and his family. through the angel Gabriel (P.B.U.H). It is believed to have taken place on one of the final 10 nights of Ramadan in 610 CE.

Semaphores: Understanding the Basics of Synchronization

A semaphore is a variable or abstract data type in computer science that is used to restrict access to a shared resource by several threads and avoid critical section problems in a concurrent system like a multitasking operating system. 

Synchronization primitives include semaphores.