طيب انا في حاجه جت في بالي دلوقتي .. مانا ممكن اساعد الناس شويه .. وأبقي MVP وبعدها اكبر دماغي أنا ناااااصح , وهدحك عي ميكروسوفت الرد .. لا انت مش ناصح .. لان ال MVP بتبقي لمده سنه واحده فقط .. تقريبا من إبريل الي إبريلوبهذا اذا حصلت علي اللقب ... ستبذل قصاري جهدك للحفاظ عليه .. فدائما الوصول اللي القمة سهل ... ولكن الحفاظ عليها صغب هذه كانت نبذه عن ال MVPs وإن شاء الله سأتكلم عن ال MSPs في وقت لاحق ...
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Posted by Abdelmonem at 10:56 AM
Friday, December 14, 2007
This article by Mr. Gates highlights the needs of the workplace. The power of software has made dramatic shift in the way we do business or just about anything else. Collaboration, team work and analytical skills need to be matched by IT Skills for success in your workplace. In today’s rapidly changing business environment, “lifelong learning is a key to success”.
Software such as those made by Microsoft help individuals and businesses realize their full potential
Posted by Abdelmonem at 9:39 PM
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Today is my Birthday i completed my 18th Birthday ;).i hope that rabena yewaf2ne and ye7a2a2 all my wishes (ya rab)
Posted by Abdelmonem at 11:33 AM
Saturday, December 8, 2007
We are a group of people with a feeling that we can help our small
community of software, participate and aid each other enhancing their social and
technical skills.What we hope is to build a foundation system that everyone can
rely on finding whatever he desire (either technically or socially), to draw
attention to us & to enhance our software market with a better founded
technical people.If you are not a technical, you're still can help & join
us, we need people who can help us form & expose our ideas to the world,
people who can arrange for meetings, public relations, communication skills,
etc... Everyone can help!We're under construction now, if you want to join the
moderators teams & you'll willing to sacrifice a small amount of your time
for a greater good, please message me (Remon Zakaria).
see you after i come from the event ;)
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
A few of my more C++-centric friends and colleagues have sent me pointers to Grumpy Old Programmer's "Has C# lost its point?" grump. While I naturally enjoy seeing VC++ portrayed in a positive light, I think it's a bit silly to suggest that C# has lost the very impetus for its existence simply because CLR has been elegantly folded into the C++ language. It's clear Grumpy Old Programmer is a C++ fan (not unlike many other grumpy old programmers I know), and that's great! However, Grumpy's grump seems to be a classic case of the old "my programming language is better because I like it better" argument that always comes down to the unarguable issue of personal preference. I'd like to pull a few quotes out of the grump because I think it's important to make the point that I truly believe that C++ and C# are and will continue to be useful languages in their own right.
>>The truth is that this new development in C++ seriously undermines the justification for C# as a language. C++ programmers yet to learn C# simply don’t need to now.<<>>What’s the point? They will find the full productivity of Visual Studio 2005 right there at their fingertips supporting the language they know and love. Why should they move to something that is slower and less feature rich?<<>compile->debug->repeat cycles. Where changes can be made and tested in smaller increments. And feature rich? Well, it's definitely true that C++ developers have a massive arsenal of language features and libraries at their disposal to attack whatever problem they need to solve. But let's say you want to design a web form in the IDE... well, you can't do that in C++. Rather than trying to claim that one language is more feature rich than the other, I would simply say that each language experience is optimized for a different set of scenarios.
>>It will be interesting to see how many ex C++ programmers slip back to C++ now that it is fully .NET enabled.<<>>Of course, Microsoft will continue to promote C# as the native .NET language – they simply can’t afford to admit that they have foistered a brand new language on the programming world that is broadly feature-identical to other languages, and cannot pretend to be a replacement for C++. <<>>C# acolytes will no doubt be pampered with IDE features that are denied to other developers (for no technical reason)<<>
Monday, December 3, 2007
Posted by Abdelmonem at 1:02 PM
Monday, November 12, 2007
Today I've received an email from Mohamed Wahby (Academic Relations Manager) @Microsoft Egypt and told me that the program is not running in my university its a long name :p Nvrmd. Now i'm so despreate :( and this the mail that he sent to me.
Thank you for your interest in the Microsoft Student
Unfortunately, we are not running the program in your
university this year. I’ll keep you updated whenever we include your university
in the future.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
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Friday, October 19, 2007
- DON'T forget to include your contact information: Name, e-mail, address and phone number.
- DON'T include your interests on your resume, unless they're relevant to the job you're seeking. Also, personal information, such as date of birth, height and weight, should normally not be on the resume.
- DON'T forget to replace a company's name with the correct one if you are using a similar cover letter or resume for more than one job application. For example, in a cover letter for IBM, "I believe my skills would fit well with Microsoft's goals."
- DON'T use personal pronouns or articles ("I" or "me"). A resume should be written in a telegraphic way, omitting personal pronouns and limiting articles. (For example, "I developed a new product that added $2 million in sales" should be changed to "Developed a new product that added $2 million in sales.")
- DON'T fudge dates, job titles and work responsibilities. If a prospective employer checks your references and finds out you lied, you can kiss that job goodbye.
- DO choose a common, non-decorative sans serif font (such as Arial or Verdana) and keep the font size between 10 and 14 points. It is easier to read if your resume is faxed, scanned or photocopied.
- DO keep your resume to one page. Employers don't want to have to search for the most important information. Highlight your most relevant work experience, skills and accomplishments. Use bullet points or other space-saving techniques.
- DO proofread, proofread, proofread. Have several friends proofread it as well. One typo can land your resume in the garbage. Two typos or more, and your chances are greatly diminished.
- DO use dates to show when you did things, not just the vague "one year."
- DO present specific accomplishments and achievements when describing your previous work experience, rather than simply listing your job responsibilities.
Posted by Abdelmonem at 10:16 PM