Speaking at Amman Arab University–Jordan

2012/05/19

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As part of the course “Software Engineering” at Amman Arab University, I’m speaking in the Information Technology Faculty on May 22, 2012.

This session will be about “Understanding ALM And Custom Development”, and the topics include:

1- The importance of Custom Development.

2- Understanding Application Lifecycle Management.

3- ALM Practices from the field.

If you’re interested in attending, contact Dr. Mohammed Nassar(moanassar@aau.edu.jo).

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Speaking at Applied Science University – Jordan

2011/12/12

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As part of the course “Special Topics: Career Development” at Applied Science University in Jordan, I’m speaking in the Information Technology Faculty on January 19th, 2012.

This session will be about “Portals in Enterprise: Examining SharePoint Platform”, and the topics include:

  1. Portals evolution
  2. SharePoint as an enterprise portal
  3. Composite development in SharePoint
  4. SharePoint in the cloud

If you’re interested in attending, contact Dr. Hesham Abu Saimeh (H_saimeh@asu.edu.jo).


Speaking at Expotech Palestine (Again)

2011/11/26

 

Last year, I spoke at the Expotech Conference in Palestine. They kindly invited me to speak again this year. The speaking tour will start on November 28 until the 1st of December and will take place in four universities in different Palestinian cities.

I will be giving talks about “Understanding Application Lifecycle Management and Custom Development”, “Understanding Cloud Platforms”, and “SharePoint Composite Development”.

So, if you are interested and it happens that you are in Palestine by then, you are more than welcome to join me at any of these events, I will be glad to see you there.

For more information about the schedule; click here.


My Speaking Schedule for 2011

2011/09/19

 

So, I published my speaking engagements for this year on this blog into a separate page:

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I will be updating the schedule information whenever I have any new speaking engagement.

If you’re in the area and interested in the topics, feel free to stop by.