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Moving to

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Hey everyone, Unfortunately, Harvard decided to Shut Down the blogging platform. You can now follow me on my new website at Looking forward to seeing you there!

I Made IT

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I can’t believe it, but it’s done!! I have finally graduated from Harvard University with a Master’s in Information Management Systems. It has been an incredible journey of 5 years full of events, pandemic, lockdowns and changing jobs but best … Continued

Azure Messaging Services Cheat Sheet

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Azure offers a few different integration messaging services. Each Azure service is designed for a particular integration scenario to support modern architectural trends like microservices and event-driven architecture. Let’s highlight each azure messaging service’s unique characteristics and choose the right … Continued

Agile Metric Estimation

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Estimation Dilemma During the Egyptian revolution in 2011, thousands of people went to Tahrir Square in Cairo for mass demonstrations against the regime. The number of people in Tahrir Square was overwhelming enough but the variation of crowd estimation was … Continued

Definition of System

“A system isn’t just any old collection of things. A system is an interconnected set of elements that is coherently organized in a way that achieves something” Therefore, the system mainly consist of three kinds of things: elements, interconnections, and … Continued