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Cirriculum Vitae (C.V) 1. Personal Information: Name: Mokhtar Al-Zubiri. Sex: Male. Na

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CIRRICULUM VITAE (C.V)

1. Personal Information:

Name: Mokhtar Al-Zubiri.
Sex: Male.
Nationality: Yemeni.
Date of Birth: 1/1/1986.
Place of Birth: Sana’a- Yemen.
Marital Status: Married.
Address: Al-Blili, Sana’a, Yemen.
Mobile: 0024925222205.
E-mail Address: mokhtarali ahmed@gmail.com.

2. Qualification:
- University Education: - 2004 to 2008
University of India, Faculty of Sikkim man pal,
BSc it in Computer & Control programming
Grade: very good.

- High School:
Abdul Nasser Secondary School on 1997.
Grade: Very Good.

3. Specialization
- Primary specialization:
Network and Computer programming Systems Specialists.

- Secondary specialization & trend researches:
Information system and Technical Development.


4. Scientific & Practical Expertise :

2/2009
◙ As of this date till now, I’ve been appointed as an assistant director of the Technical Support Management for the CRA ( Civil Registry Authority ) project which contained an integrated system to issue ID cards for Yemeni citizens by using Fingerprint Biometric System. This project extends throughout Yemen’s governorates. It is considered one of the largest technical and national projects in Yemen.. The Technical Support Management is responsible for three departments (Servers & Workstations Dept. - Network & Telecoms Dept. – Releasing Equipment Dept).

4/2008
◙ As of this date, I established with some friends a small company (Yemen IT), which provides technical consulting and services for IS, Maintenance, Network, Power, Training and other services. I work at this job on a part-time basis (shift work).


salaam all
how are u
they promise me to work lunge time from the selection to me email then what can ido

since long time I me looking for the job
with un civilian work I me now at Sudan working with un as police adviser but I want to work civilian because I want to bring the base and security not only in Sudan but also in everywhere in the word

Work History

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mhadi alzubairi

January 2001 - August 2013

utorial assumes you're designing a standalone computer program that runs with a conventional GUI or command-line interface, but many of the techniques can also apply to programs that will become part of a bigger system. It's the next in a series after "So you've just been given your first programming assignment" and expands on what goes on during Step 7 of that tutorial: Sketching a plan of attack. It'll introduce you to the most important principles of program design and gloss over some illustrative examples and specifics.

A standalone program is one that is justified all by itself, like a word processor or a game, but even if it was a cog in a bigger system it'd still have the same qualities: it would focus on one job, it would take some kind of input that the system produces and transform it into some kind of output that the user or system consumes. Some examples of good standalone programs are:

Address book
Spreadsheet
Calculator
Trip planner
Picture editor

Whereas a program designed to be part of a larger system can be something like:

A program that imports purchase orders and saves them to a database
A program that prints packing slips for orders stored in a database
A web browser
An email client
An MP3 player

The first set of programs are all useful on their own, but the second set all need something else to complete them such as a web server or email server. Even the MP3 player needs a program that can create new MP3 files for it to play. The impact to you is that the second set of programs have to cooperate with some kind of protocol or file format that you didn't design yourself, and so they become part of your spec. In this tutorial I'm going to ignore that aspect so I can concentrate on the basics.
What is the difference between designing and coding?
There is no difference between designing a program on paper and coding it, but code tends to be harder to understand and change. So the goal of the paper plan

Projects

finger print

salaam all
how are u
they promise me to work lunge time from the selection to me email then what can ido

since long time I me looking for the job
with un civilian work I me now at Sudan working with un as police adviser but I want to work civilian because I want to bring the base and security not only in Sudan but also in everywhere in the word


Qualifications & Certifications

master

from 2001 to 2002

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