Mohamed Salah

Alexandria, Egypt

Age: 30

"Well I think I am born to be a programmer" this was my first statement I said in my programming scholarship interview. During the past years I was writing code in a lot of projects, applications and I feel good while doing that.

"You are crazy about computer" this what people said to me many times. My friends and family said that to me many times too.

I am now looking to build on my extensive range of technical skills within a suitable challenging role. I am keen on achieving further professional development. Seeking a challenging and rewarding career where my academic background and training experience can be best applied.

Technologies: C#, .NET, Asp.Net, Asp.Net MVC, Asp.Net MVC Web Api, AngularJs, DurandalJs, KnockoutJs, MomentJS, JayData, Javascript, Jquery, i18next, Json, OData, Entity framework, Nhibernate, Dependency Injection "Autofac - Unity", Microsoft Sql Server, PostgreSql, Facebook SDK, Twitter SDK, Design patterns like "Repository design pattern - N-tire design pattern - Unit of work design pattern"

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