Who Are We?
Set of cooperative Industry Geeks who targets cooperating with community to avail high-end sessions to the Microsoft technical community in Arabic.
Who are MS3arab Co-Founders?
- Ahmed Bahaa, Ph.D, MVP, and RD
- Ayman El-Hattab, MVP.
- Mohamed Rafaat Samy.
- Mohamed Bahaa, M.Sc.
- Mahmoud Ghoz.
- Shady Naguib
Other Key Members
- Marwan Tarek, MVP –SharePoint
- Sharif Talaat, MVP –Windows Power Shell
- Mahmoud Magdy, MVP –Exchange.
- Mohamed Aamer
- Mohamed Yehia.
Our Target Audience
- Working Professionals.
- Enterprise Workers
- When :On Monthly Basis, Last Wednesday of the Month (6:30 –9:30)
- Where : EBI
- How: Each gathering will include 2 sessions (2 X 75Min.)
- Always Check Prerequisites before attending
Connect With Us
Facebook Group (MS3arab)
Facebook Fan page (MS3arab)
ust thought of sharing this interesting interviews with you … I really enjoy reading them and knowing the different learning techniques and strategies of other fellow MVPs.
Click here to read the interviews and click here to read mine 🙂
Yesterday, MicrosoftFeed published an interview with me as a part of a series of interviews with MVPs. Check it out here: Meet Ayman Mohammed El-Hattab : SharePoint Server MVP from Egypt
@givenscj has done a great job coming up with a list for SharePoint MVP MSDN Rankings, I have listed here the top 20 MVPs. For the full list, please refer to this blog post to know where your favorite SharePoint MVP stack up in the forums.
Oh, and I’m ranked the 14th 🙂
Name | Points | Posts | Answers
1) Mike Walsh | 48357 | 15438 | 1657
2) Paul Galvin | 15895 | 3304 | 890
3) Fabrice Romelard| 9585 | 1264| 683
4) Mike Oryszak | 8139 | 1326| 500
5) Moonis Tahir | 7054 | 1186| 468
6) John D. Ross | 6919 | 1495| 348
7) Waldek Mastykarz| 6437 | 1110| 396
8) Gary Lapointe | 4972 | 807 | 318
9) Ishai Sagi | 3830 | 596 | 255
10) Randy Drisgill | 3382 | 623 | 206
11) Michael Nemtsev | 3324 | 717 | 198
12) John Timney | 3091 | 436 | 207
13) Wictor Wilen | 2683 | 428 | 164
14) Ayman El-Hattab | 2308 | 268 | 113
15) Becky Bertram | 2061 | 273 | 134
16) MatthewMcDermott| 2043 | 619 | 089
17) Andrew Woodward | 1570 | 386 | 085
18) Mirjam Van Olst | 1504 | 234 | 089
19) Scot Hillier | 1299 | 212 | 082
20) Stephane Eyskens| 1252 | 227 | 074
I received the following email today :
“Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2010 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SharePoint Server technical communities during the past year”
Needless to say, I am honored to be counted with some of the dazzling minds in the software industry and very delighted that my contributions in the past year were recognized by Microsoft.
I would like to extend special thank you’s to all MEA MVPs who have always helped, supported and motivated me since I have started my community activities a couple of years ago like Marwan Tarek (Egypt), Mostafa Arafa (Kuwait), Hammad Rajjoub (Pakistan), and Muhanad Omar (Jordan).
Many more thanks to everyone that has had direct involvement in my career like Mahmoud Kandeel, Ayman El-Tohamy, Ismail Habib, and Ali AlKahki.
Last but not least, I should also thank Bjorn Furuknap ,Mark Miller, Kailash Kalyani, Baransel Dogan and Ruari Plint for supporting all my previous community activities especially SharePoint Saturday Arabia.
And The best part about this award, that NOW we have two SharePoint MVPs at USPJ Academy !! Wooohooooooo !!
See Also : Ayman El-Hattab Receives MVP Recognition