The Pure Soft Story
On January 18, 2012, when my dear brother Meysam Gholami and my close friend, Hamid Sharbati, helped me launch Pure Soft website, I always had the objective of presenting the modern thinking of the software world to Iranian users, in order to provide a leap forward in the development of the old thinking of software in Iran.
As time goes by and the technology progresses, we can use this technology to simplify and speed up our everyday tasks. This was my main goal to get started with Pure Soft, and I always try to move on.
Of course, this is a difficult task that requires patience, effort, and backwardness, and I have always been determined in this way more than yesterday.
In order to achieve this goal, in addition to work and effort, knowledge and experience are needed, and, thankfully, I have gained knowledge by using the skills of faculty experts in computer field and working in large computer companies in Iran. And I've been very precious experiences that I'm trying to use all of them at Pure Soft.
Perhaps the production and management of a large collection like Pure Soft alone would be very difficult for one person, but despite the fact that after a while I was alone and alone carrying the Pure Soft load, I was just looking at the path that I figured out for myself and I will spend all my strength to make it work.
Everything you can imagine is real.
Meysam is a child of politeness, a kind wife, a good brother, and father of two clever and foolish children, called Mahnegar and Gisso.
Considering the interest and experience that Meysam had in the area of website management and some years of IT administration, he was able to get me a lot of help in launching the website and providing me with the features of hosting Pure Soft's website.
Later on, he moves to the area of deeper programming such as Android.
It's not a bad thing to point out that my brother, Meysam, was the one who brought me into the computer world and helped me make important decisions in life.
Hamid is a hardworking man and a buddy.
The decision to form the Pure Soft was a result of the sympathy of Hamid and me.
Of course, after the decision was made by two young people of 17 years old, there were many problems and holes in our way, and worst of all, that our friends and neighbors did not get any of us, but somehow they condemned the idea of failure.
But Hamid and I did not give up at all, and we pursued our goal with power.
Unfortunately, after a while, Hamid was forced to go from Tehran to Lorestan to study, which made us separate, and I had to run Pure Soft alone. Even though Hamid and I separated from each other, I have never forgotten the help Hamid gave me, and I will always thank him.