Nice that you found your way to my online playground. My name is Eqbal, and my friends call me Eki.
The year 1983 is known as one of the greatest years ever, and guess what, that’s the year he was born.
After many unsuccessful attempts to find a real programming challenge, he decided to leave his hometown and conquer the world. He packed all his rubies, and started his journey.
Born in Jordan, and ya it is located in middle east but don't worry he does no explosives, Anyway he is living in Lebanon now, it is a nice place, you have to visit it someday if u didn't before.
Note: I have already written a book about Ruby 5.0. It’s currently sealed up. In three years, Matz is going to open the book to see if the language design team got it right. Back to reality, here is what I really do:
I like to solve real world problems using open source technologies. Among my favorite tools, Ruby (ROR, Sinatra, Grape, and Simple Rack Apps), RDBS and NoSQL DB, HTML5 with Responsive designs, jQuery, RubyMotion, Objective-C, Python (Django), Erlang and Node.js.
Among my favorite tasks, is to design scalable solutions, most of the time OOP solutions, and I like to design the infrastructure as well. I love to use Clouds (specially AWS and Rackspace) which will allow you to focus more on your business and can scale easily.
I love to develop native iPhone and Android solutions using MVC Cocoa for iOS, Java for Android and even RubyMotion for iOS. I can develop cross-platforms mobile apps using Accelerator, RhoMobile and PhoneGap. That's not to mention creating mobile friendly sites using (jQtouh + HTML5 + Responsive JS) just like this one.
Build Crypto Coins from scratch using C++. Developing decentralized applications (Dapps) and smart contracts using Ethereum and Solidity.
* Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree
Self-driving cars are set to change the way we live with technology on the cutting-edge of robotics, machine learning, computer vision, and mechanical engineering.
Check out my Udacity porofile and my Certificate for more infos.
* Probability - The Science of Uncertainty and Data
A course of study offered by MIT, an online learning initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology through edX.
Cisco Certified Network Associate.
* CCNP Routing and Switching
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching certification (passed two exams).
* Toptal Community Leader
International community leader for Jordan and Lebanon. Through hosting exclusive events, attending popular conferences and seminars, and crafting widely-shared quality content. The Toptal Leaders are the driving force in expanding the Toptal network by creating unique experiences and locating the most exceptional talent.
* Toptal Global Mentor
Technology has opened doors for many people around the world, but the opportunity hasn’t been equal for everyone. Many Toptalers know what this is like — plenty are self-taught and have created their own opportunities. Now, Toptal engineers from around the world are uniting with General Assembly’s Opportunity Fund to create the one of the largest global initiatives in history to help individuals from minority and low income backgrounds springboard their careers as professional software engineers.
* Creating a Cryptocurrency in the Crystal Programming Language
This post is my attempt to understand the key aspects of the blockchain by exploring the internals using Crystal programming language. I felt the only way to truly understand the blockchain is by building a new cryptocurrency from scratch, which I dubbed it CrystalCoin.
* TopTal Blog: Ruby Concurrency and Parallelism: A Practical Tutorial
Thorough and practical intro to concurrent and parallel programming in Ruby. Read about forking, multithreading, the Global Interpreter Lock (GIL), and more.
* Build Sleek Rails Components With Plain Old Ruby Objects
In this article, I'll explains how you can decouple and isolate your Rails components using nothing Plain Old Ruby Objects. Ruby objects and abstractions can decouple concerns, simplify testing, and help you produce clean, maintainable code
* TopTal Broadcast: Ruby vs. Python
I was the host for this awesome debate as I asked top developers to discuss the differences and similarities between Ruby and Python.
* Ruby Best Practices and Tips by Toptal Developers
This resource contains a collection of Ruby best practices and Ruby tips provided by our Toptal network members. As such, this page will be updated on a regular basis to include additional information and cover emerging Ruby techniques. This is a community driven project, so you are encouraged to contribute as well, and we are counting on your feedback.
* Ruby Tips and Best Practices (Cookpad)
Few Ruby tips I learned reading the PR previews and comments from my colleagues at Cookpad.
* AweLand: How a Country Ought to Be Governed by Weighted-Democracy (Ruby)
In this article I design my dream country using the language I like the most Ruby. I propose using weighted democracy, blockchain technologies and more.
* AweLand: How a Country Ought to Be Governed by Weighted-Democracy (non-programmers)
In this article I propose to use weighted democracy, blockchain technologies and more to build the perfect country.
* AweLand: How a Country Ought to Be Governed by Weighted-Democracy (Global Challenges Foundation)
The submitted version of the paper for The Global Challenges Foundation.
Seteve Jobs, the CEO of Apple Inc
I gave a simple task for Eki few years ago, which was to create a device for everything else but calling people, and just in a few weeks Eki came up with the first prototype of iPhone. Smart ass
Robert De Niro, American actor
I've had a very interesting life. I've been a taxi driver, a boxer, a mafia boss, a low-ranking member of the mafia, a soldier in Vietnam, a comedian, the Devil, and an air conditioning specialist. I owe all that to Eki.
We were trying to catch that infidel Eki, this guy was born an infidel.
Chris C. Kemp, The CTO of NASA
This is a top secret information. The truth is that Eki was the main creator for E=MC². Hail the king.