My name is Mohammad Azimi and I’m currently a full time Bioengineering student at UC Berkeley and UCSF. I was born in Iran and moved to the U.S. when I was 5 years old and have spent the majority of my life in Arizona. Some of my personal interests include computers, gadgets, cars, volunteering and working out. I finished my undergrad in Biomedical Engineering and Business at Arizona State University and am currently a first year graduate student in Bioengineering and Entrepreneurship at Berkeley and UCSF. My current interests include Biomechanical and Biomaterial Engineering as well as a strong interest and background in medical devices and telemedicine. I hope to one day combine my knowledge and passion in these areas to pursue my entrepreneurial aspirations.

3 Responses to “About”

  1. I love your site. Keep it up !

  2. i want to write about you & your weblog in my blog.
    can i ?

  3. 3 CentOS Admin

    Hi, Mohammad. I recently found your blog when I was searching for a bypass solution about Windows’ activation process every time I create a virtual machine.

    This article: https://mazimi.wordpress.com/2007/07/11/getting-around-windows-activation-when-virtualizing/

    I see that you’re using VMWare as an example in that tutorial. However, I am using SolusVM. I doubted your guide will be too control panel specified so I read up until the end, until where you share your .bat code. It has “VMWare” all over the place. I’m not sure if that would work to auto-activate my Windows 2008 Server R2 STD operating system on my newly created virtual machines.

    Is your .bat specifically for VMWare?

    Kind regards

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