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Mohammad Asjad Ansari - Freelance Arabic Translation & Language Translation
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Name: MOHAMMAD ASJAD ANSARI Email: asjadjnuindian@gmail.com Mob. No. 91+9953533674 Address: Room No. 106 (Old) Brahmaputra Hostel, JNU, New Delhi-110067 ________________________________________________ OBJECTIVE: To serve the institution with the best of my ability and to grow...
New Delhi, Delhi, India

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Professional History February 2012 - July 31, 2013 Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Translation (CIDT) Executive Secretary Provide secretarial and administrative support to assure efficiency of the services of CIDT and AWR. Receive and screen incoming calls, e-mails and visitors, determines which are priority matters, and alerts the administrator or executive accordingly. Makes referrals to appropriate staff or provides requested information. Assist managerial level in directing tasks to the appropriate staff member and following up on the accomplishment of these tasks. Assist in the planning and preparation of meetings, conferences and telephone conference calls. Provide support and administrative services to the managerial level as requested. Contribute to preparing, implementing and developing the CIDT general plan in coordination with CIDT’s managerial level. Contribute to preparing CIDT quarterly, half-year and annual reports in coordination with the managerial level. 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June 2011 - February 2012 CIDT Executive Secretary/Fundraising Specialist/Intern Coordinator In charge of providing executive secretarial and administrative support to assure efficiency of the services of CIDT and AWR. Report to CIDT’s Academic Consultant and Managing Director. Provide secretarial and administrative support to assure efficiency of the services of CIDT and AWR. Receive and screen incoming calls, e-mails and visitors, determines which are priority matters, and alerts the administrator or executive accordingly. Makes referrals to appropriate staff or provides requested information. Assist managerial level in directing tasks to the appropriate staff member and following up on the accomplishment of these tasks. Assist in the planning and preparation of meetings, conferences and telephone conference calls. Provide support and administrative services to the managerial level as requested. 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Brainstorm of new funding projects and programs. Fill out donor applications in regards of their guidelines. Write proposed budgets. Write program performance reports. Coordinate projects. Searching for organizations offering exchange of interns. Reaching agreements of intern exchanging organizations. Receiving interns and explaining the CIDT system of work for them. Participating with interns in defining their work plan in CIDT. Assigning tasks to the interns and reviewing interns’ work. Coordinating interns’ work inside CIDT in all its different units. Writing reports on evaluation of interns’ work in CIDT during their internship period. Assisting interns in finding accommodation in Egypt. Assisting in translation of articles when needed. February 28, 2011- June 2011 CIDT Fundraising specialist Similar to information IN BOLD above. December 26, 2010 - February 27, 2011 CIDT Reviewer/ Translator Translate and summarize news article in the Egyptian press media. 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February 2008 Achieved and completed the council of Intrapreneurship in Entrepreneurs’ Society (ES) workshop. November 2007 Achieved and completed the council of marketing and public relations in The International Conference on Global Economy (ICGE) workshop. Awards "Best presenter" in the fifth annual Entrepreneurship conference in Intrapreneurship council - AUC. Represented my college in attending President of the United States of America, Barrack Hussein Obama’s speech that took place in Cairo University ‘June 4, 2009’; Covered the event for Euphoria Magazine. Certificate of honor in my graduation project (Metropolis; English General Magazine) which took the first place in the competition.
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• Freelance Senior Software Developer with 10 years’ experience developing software and designing and integrating systems. • Looking for front-end or back-end web development position; remote only; open-source preferred; will learn whatever is needed for your job, but strongest with Perl, JavaScript, TypeScript, Haskell. • In my spare time, I’m designing a new programming language, Global Script, where I’m trying to incorporate what I’ve learned from experience and self-study about software architecture and systems design. Social Media • github: https://github.com/jonathancast • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathancast/ • StackOverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/users/1473927/jonathan-cast Principle Skills Testing • Learned test-driven development and wrote unit tests and integration tests at Rentrak, and employed those skills throughout my development work at NYAB, EML, and on Global Script. • Wrote automated integration test suites using Selenium and Python at Givelify, and set them up to run under Jenkins. • Performed manual testing of all software written at Rentrak, NYAB, and EML to ensure quality and correctness before handing them over to QA. Application Design • Helped steer the design of the application at Rentrak and EML. • Helped design the SOA Architecture at EML. Principle Technologies Software-Development Lifecycle • Worked throughout the software-development lifecycle on all projects, from initial conception through coding and developer testing to working with QA and deploying and testing in production. Relational Database • Used Postgres at Rentrak, including writing SQL for application functions. • Use Sybase ASE at EML and worked on Postgres migration project. Functional Programming • Love functional programming; introduced several FP idioms at Rentrak and EML, as well as basing Global Script on the functional paradigm. Agile • Used Scrum and Kanban to regularly deliver software at EML. I found that I preferred Kanban, both for the lower ceremony load and because working in sprints, for us, never produced a steady load on the developers. Continuous Integration • I develop Global Script using continuous integration practices and helped both Rentrak and EML move toward continuous integration testing and continuous deployment best-practices, including the use of Jenkins for testing at EML. • Helped introduced continuous testing using Jenkins at Givelify. Principle Tools Perl • Used Perl at Rentrak, NYAB, and EML as a software developer; also used Perl for automation and scripting tasks throughout that time, including primary use of Perl for automated data transfer at NYAB. Haskell • Learned Haskell in college, and used it in a research position at OU; using Haskell in the new Global Script implementation. SQL • Used SQL at Rentrak, NYAB, EML, and Givelify for database access. Linux • Developed for Linux at Rentrak, NYAB, and EML. Python • Used Python to write automated tests at Givelify. 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Personal Project: Global Script (Haskell Implementation) Sep 2016 - Present https://hub.darcs.net/jcast/hsglobalscript3 https://hub.darcs.net/jcast/globalscript-spec Principle tools: Haskell, rc, Integration Tests, TDD Global Script is a family of purely-functional domain-specific languages, based on a common syntax. The syntax strikes what, in my opinion, is a good balance between the ML/Haskell style and the Lisp style; it’s extensible in similar ways to a Lisp, while retaining (and, in my opinion, improving) the readability of Haskell. • Keeping the language purely functional and pushing environment-dependent facilities out of the core language implementation has several advantages. ? Refusing to resort to side effects means that we’re likely to generate more information about what can and cannot be done without them. ? 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University of Oklahoma 2001 - 2003 Research Assistant Norman, OK Principle tools: Haskell This project was for an experiment with replacing the standard Discrete Math curriculum for Computer Science students with a functional programming/software reasoning course. The project was to build a proof checker for boolean algebra. • The proof-checker was built as a DSL in Haskell; boolean expressions and proofs were encoded as Haskell expressions, with a function in the IO monad to take a proof, check it, and report validity/invalidity to the user. • The proof-checker was used as an aid for teaching the students equational reasoning; the course taught boolean algebra first before moving on to equational reasoning in Haskell. Education Bachelors in Mathematics University of Oklahoma, Norman August 2006
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