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Congratulations 2013 Microsoft MVP! 3rd year MVP

January 4, 2013 2 comments

I just received a letter from Microsoft indicating that I have been renewed as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management.  While there are more than 100 million social and technical community members, only a small portion are selected to be recognized as MVPs. Each year, around 4,000 MVPs are honored and I am happy to be part of that. Thanks everyone for support and time you spend reading my posts

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Happy Anniversary ..5 Years blogging

November 21, 2012 2 comments

Today is five years blogging .. Thanks for everyone takes time to read or comment on any post

Thanks for flying with me…

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How to Climb Mountains…

September 20, 2010 1 comment
How to Climb Mountains…

An extract from Paulo Coelho’s latest book: “Like the Flowing River – Thoughts and Reflections”.

Choose the mountain you want to climb:
Don’t be influenced by what other people say: ‘that one’s prettier’ or ‘that one looks easier’. You are going to put a lot of energy and enthusiasm into achieving your objective, and you are the only person responsible for your choice, so be quite sure about what you are doing.

Find out how to reach the mountain:
Often you can see the mountain in the distance – beautiful, interesting and full of challenges. However, when you try to reach it, what happens? It’s surrounded by roads; forests lie between you and your objective; and what seems clear on the map is far more complicated in reality. So you must try all the paths and tracks until, one day, you find yourself before the peak you intend to climb.

Learn from someone who has been there before:
However unique you may think you are, there is always someone who has had the same dream before, and who will have left signs behind that will make the climb less arduous: the best place to attach a rope, trodden paths, branches broken off to make it easier to pass. It is your climb and it is your responsibility too, but never forget that other people’s experiences are always helpful.

Dangers, seen from close to, are controllable:
When you start to climb the mountain of your dreams, pay attention to what is around you. There are, of course, precipices. There are almost imperceptible cracks. There are stones polished so smooth by rain and wind that they have become as slippery as ice. But if you know where you are putting your foot, you will see any traps and be able to avoid them.

The landscape changes, so make the most of it:
You must, naturally, always keep in mind your objective – reaching the top. However, as you climb, the view changes, and there is nothing wrong with stopping now and then to enjoy the vista. With each metre you climb, you can see a little further, so take time to discover things you have never noticed before.

Respect your body:
You will only manage to climb a mountain if you give your body the care it deserves. You have all the time that life gives you, so do not demand too much from your body. If you walk too quickly, you will grow tired and give up halfway. If you walk too slowly, night might fall and you will get lost. Enjoy the landscape, drink the cool spring water, and eat the fruit that Nature so generously offers you, but keep walking.

Respect your soul:
Don’t keep repeating, ‘I’m going to do it.’ Your soul knows this already. What it needs to do is to use this long walk in order to grow, to reach out as far as the horizon, to touch the sky. Obsession will not help you in the search for your goal, and will end up spoiling the pleasure of the climb. On the other hand, don’t keep repeating ‘It’s harder than I thought,’ because that will sap your inner strength.

Be prepared to go the extra mile:
The distance to the top of the mountain is always greater than you think. There is bound to come a moment when what seemed close is still very far away. But since you are prepared to go still further, this should not be a problem.

Be joyful when you reach the top:
Cry, clap your hands, shout out loud that you made it; let the wind (because it is always windy up there) purify your mind, cool your hot, weary feet, open your eyes, blow the dust out of your heart. What was once only a dream, a distant vision, is now part of your life. You made it, and that is good.

Make a promise:
Now that you have discovered a strength you did not even know you had, tell yourself that you will use it for the rest of your days; promise yourself, too, to discover another mountain and set off on a new adventure.

Tell your story:
Yes, tell your story. Be an example to others. Tell everyone that it’s possible, and then others will find the courage to climb their own mountains.
Categories: Personal

Quote of the Month

August 26, 2010 Leave a comment

“The computer was born to solve problems that did not exist before.”
– Bill Gates

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Quote of the Month

Don’t Think Pink , Think Virtual !

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Egypt – Link Development awarded as the 2010 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year

July 1, 2010 3 comments

This is great news for my company 🙂

Link Development has been awarded as the 2010 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for Egypt. The Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award recognizes partners at the country level that have demonstrated business excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions to our mutual customers over the past year. This award showed effective engagement with their local Microsoft office, delivered customer satisfaction, showed innovation, won new customers, and created business impact.

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LINK Development is a leading regional software development company and is a subsidiary of Egypt’s number one internet service and solutions provider LINKdotNET and Orascom Telecom Holding Company.

Combining software development with creative design skills, LINK Development provides a unique offering that delivers complete e-business solutions. LINK Development has built an unparalleled track record of award-winning projects for governments, leading local companies and large multinationals in the Middle East and Europe since its inception over a decade ago.

The company places great emphasis on innovation and through its offices in Egypt, UAE, KSA, Qatar and Italy, it has continuously delivered various cutting-edge solutions to governments and enterprises alike. The company’s clientele cuts across all industry and government sectors and comprises global Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Intel and Pfizer as well as leading regional and multinational businesses and governments including the Egyptian government, the Egyptian Ministry of Finance, Ajman Municipality, Mobinil, Arab Media Group, Dubai Bank and many more.

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In Europe, the company has also delivered various solutions and services to names like Tellas in Greece and WIND in Italy. LINK Development is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in five competency areas, which is the highest level of partner certification from Microsoft. The company employs the best of breed team of .NET developers, designers, architects, project managers and quality engineers and has more than half of Microsoft’s Most Valued Professionals (MVPs) in Egypt.

LINK Development is currently both ISO 9001:2000 certified and CMMI level 3 accredited. It has won a number of worldwide and regional awards from Microsoft, leading government agencies and non government organizations.

Categories: Infrastructure, Personal

Quote of the Month

February 18, 2010 Leave a comment

We don’t stop playing because we grow old; We grow old because we stop playing.
George Bernard Shaw

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