Sokmesa joined InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia (iLab SEA) as a Software Developer in April 2010. After earning a bachelors degree from the Royal University of Phnom Penh in Computer Science, he spent most of his time working with some software development companies and also actively involved with some social activities like BarCamp to share his skill and experience to the next generation student During his first year with iLab SEA he worked closely on the development of Resource Map, a web-based system that helps people track their work, resources, and results geographically in a simple and collaborative environment that can be accessed from anywhere. Currently he is a senior developer at InSTEDD Innovation Lab in Cambodia and he actively involve with iCamp which is a series of event created by InSTEDD iLab to help different stakeholders on design and prototype their problem. After the event each stakeholder could have some ideas on how to work on more to implement their solution. He also involved with some EpiHack (Epidemic Hackathon) events as facilitator to help health expert to design, prototype, and develop a small workable product to present about the next step solution. Sokmesa also has several years of experience working with open-source technologies. In the past, he worked on open-source web-based applications using PHP and Codeigniter frameworks, but started working with Ruby on Rails when he joined InSTEDD.