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I am Mohamad Ghneim, Solution Architect and Senior Web Developer at Creative 4 All.
I am currently working in Developing Websites, Web Application Architect and Designing and Implementing CMS using the latest technologies and Framework.
Mohamad is a good person and I am happy to know someone like him . . . No one is like him . . .-Rachad Fakih
In simple word, Mohamad is GREAT . . .-Hussein Al Khansa
From Where I am?
Mohamad Ghneim was born in 1983 in Beirut, Lebanon. I am Palestinian from Jerusalem. I live in Beirut.
I studied at The Lebanese University in Beirut and graduated in 2007 as a computer and software engineer.
I am a senior web developer and woking right now on Web and Mobile development...
I have my own work and I am the CEO & Founder of Creative 4 All from Jun 2010 to present...
I am interested in space and science fiction, football, basketball, music, poetry, reading books.
My interest in Modern technology, Computer interfacing / software hardware interface, imaging and computer graphics, web design, space and universe information.
• 5 years experience in Web and Applications Development.
• Training sessions during the job of Communication Skills, Presentation, people management and time management.
• Well organized, willing to learn in the future in order to provide and accomplish a successful future.
• It is nice to be important but it is more important to be nice.
• It feels nice when someone misses you, feels good when someone loves you. But it feels the best when someone never forgets you.
• أحب أخي في الله حباً يفوق شذاه إبداع المعاني ولكن حبي لله أقوى أقود به أخي الى الجنان.
Hosting and Domain Names
CEO & Founder at Creative 4 All
Creative 4 All is small with growing potentials web company based in Beirut, Lebanon.
We provide cutting edge solutions that utilize the latest technology and trends. We offer IT oriented solution services in various internet technologies, web design, web development, web-based application software development outsourcing company, hosting and windows application software. And by doing so, we give your business the advantage.
We offer a wide range of outsourcing services to suit business requirements ranging from website designing to complex web-applications, e-commerce and e-marketing, dynamic website development, database driven dynamic websites to custom intranet or extranet solutions for business process automation and lot more...
We pride ourselves of developing thorough solutions that meet each business needs and requirements. All our people are specialists - allowing us to offer the complete package under one roof. We're passionate about what we do - with an unsurpassed knowledge and a rigorous attention to detail.
DowGroup - Senior PHP Developer / Beirut: 9611972812 / www.dowgroup.com
Earlyhost - Junior PHP Developer / www.earlyhost.com
Bluezone - IT support and maintenance and sales man
Some Of My Portfolio
- Chosen Projects
- Real Estate
From PSD To HTML
Online CRM and Financials
Hosting and Domain Names
Search Marketing (SEO)
Social Media Marketing
Latest From The Blog
Some Pictures From My Albums
Video & Audio
Hussein Al Khansa
Marcus Al Khatib
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eBay is facing several investigations into its data breach
The UK's information commissioner is working with European data authorities with a view to taking action against eBay over its recent data breach.
Three US states are also investigating the theft of names, email addresses and other personal data, which affected up to 145 million eBay customers.
The online marketplace has begun the process of notifying its customers about the need to reset passwords.
Google : poised to produce 3D imaging tablet
A tablet computer capable of taking 3D images is set to be put into production by Google, according to reports.
The Wall Street Journal quoted sources close to the company as saying a run of 4,000 devices will be manufactured next month.
The tablet will have two rear-facing cameras and advanced imaging software - and will be shown off at the firm's forthcoming developers' conference.
Google has said it will not comment on "rumour and speculation".
But in March, Google showed off Project Tango, an effort to bring 3D technology to its handheld devices. A prototype smartphone had been given out to 200 developers to try out.
The technology makes use of infrared sensors to measure depth of surroundings.
While the ability to create 3D images with small devices is by no means a new technological feat, Google's strategy will be to harness the hardware to contribute to, among other things, its mapping effort.
For instance, the devices could be used to create quickly a 3D map of indoor environments.
Virtual reality race
According to the Wall Street Journal, the 3D tablet will be shown off at Google's annual developers' conference at the end of June.
As it did with the Google Glass eyewear product, it is expected the firm will allow a select number of developers and engineers to experiment with the technology before a consumer launch is planned.
Although still a relatively minor industry, the race to create the "killer app" for building and viewing virtual reality environments is building apace.
In March, Facebook swooped in on a $2bn (£1.2bn) deal for Oculus VR, a company making a virtual reality headset.
A mini-site for Project Tango has highlighted a few of the firm's plans in the area.
"Project Tango is an attempt to create a mobile device unlike like any other," the site explains.
"A mobile device that shares our sense of space and movement, that understands and perceives the world the same way we do."
In the past few years, devices able to view and create 3D images have made it to market, but suffered heavily from a lack of consumer interest, said Jack Kent, an analyst at IHS.
"If Google really pushes it, that might change the dynamics of the market," he told the BBC.
Apple removes weed dealing game from app store
The rules on marijuana are blurry, even in the virtual world.
The makers of a game called Weed Firm says Apple removed the app from the iTunes App Store this week after hitting No. 1 on the store's download charts.
In Weed Firm, players walk in the shoes of pot dealer Ted Growing through his "vicious and lawless career," growing marijuana plants and selling pot while dodging "crooked cops" and "dangerous gangsters." You may even be tasked with paying a stripper to give a lap dance.
Apple id not respond to a request for comment about why the game was removed.
Forget Godzilla: Facebook rolls out its own dinosaur
It's been a big week for dinosaurs. With "Godzilla" still rampaging at the box office, Facebook also rolled out some privacy changes along with a friendly blue dino to help explain them all.
In addition to making settings for all new users default to "Friends Only," Facebook announced Thursday it will prompt existing users to review their privacy settings.
Your new guide to the intricacies of controlling your personal info on the world's biggest social platform? A blue cartoon dinosaur with a snaggletooth, tapping away at a laptop that looks like some kind of Macbook.
Facebook wants to listen to your music and TV
Facebook is to release a new feature on its mobile app that "listens" to your music and TV shows.
If the song or show is recognised by the app, users can publish the information on their profile or to selected friends.
The service hopes to take advantage of the "second screen" trend, which sees fans of TV shows in particular sharing their experiences on social networks.
However, some users have privacy concerns.
HP to cut up to 16,000 more jobs
HP announced Thursday that it will cut an additional 11,000 to 16,000 jobs, after previously revealing plans for 34,000 layoffs.
The news came as part of the company's second-quarter financial results, which were in line with analyst expectations. Shares rose 5% Friday after slipping in after-hours trading Thursday evening.
HP said the latest layoffs would come across all its business units and geographic locations, and would generate $1 billion in annual savings beyond the $3.5 to $4 billion projected from the previously announced cuts.
Oddly, HP's earnings were released early at around 3:30 p.m. ET. Companies typically release their financial statements after the stock market closes at 4 p.m. ET. HP did not provide an explanation for its early release.
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