Mohammad Anwari is a software hacker from Indonesia with more than 13 years of experience in software development. He has been working with Linux-based systems, applications in GNOME, and Qt platforms. The projects he has worked on range from the development of constrained devices and desktop applications, to high traffic server systems and applications.
He worked for his own startup company during the dotcom era before moving to Finland to work for Nokia/MeeGo. Now he's back in Indonesia, regaining his entrepreneurship by establishing a new startup company that focuses on Node.js and Linux-based projects. In his free time, he serves as an executive director for BlankOn, one of the biggest open source projects in Indonesia.
In the past, he has published a couple of books on Linux in the Indonesian language.