My name is Emad. I like long walks on the beach (if I have an internet connection and a laptop with me). I am passionate about programming and love learning new languages (human and computer ones). If you are interested in a full-stack developer that can “build-it-all” then contact me below.
Emad is a creative individual who is always looking for the next challenge to solve. His attention to detail and keen sense of project management has made many projects under his supervision a success. Everyone who works with and around Emad enjoys the experience. Great team player.
Bob Summers – Chief Geek @ Fitnet
Emad’s level of innovation, and dedication to client satisfaction are unsurpassed.
Emad’s personal motivation, and display of growth in education and understanding of new, leading-edge/bleeding-edge technologies is astonishing.
Services and products provided by Emad are of the highest quality, and with the right amount of forward-thinking included to allow for growth and expansion should clients desire such in the out years.
Emad collects the right requirements, to allow the best services and porduct to be delivered, at highly competitive rates.
Lee Canterbury – Chief Executive Officer at Rolling Bay
Emad not only has a firm grasp on his areas of expertise, but a real talent for understanding his clients. His ability and desire to stay on the cutting edge of IT makes him an invaluable resource for us.
Bill Hogenauer – Vice President, JM Search
I’ve known Emad as a developer of Microsoft-based solutions for a few years now and have been able to witness some of the outstanding solutions that he has built. Emad has technical skills that would rate him as a top notch developer even in the ranks of MIcrosoft.
Robert Shelton – Chief Technical Officer, Microsoft Federal
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