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HI,

I was blogged forward by  Blog It Forward – Jitendra Kansal , πŸ˜‰ because of that i would like thank him very much as he give me the chance to join a Very useful Social activity with SAP Community Members πŸ™‚ ,

Thanks  Jitendra Kansal 😎 , and  Really i Appreciate your interest , and Special thanks to Moshe Naveh πŸ˜‰ for starting such a wonderful initiative. This helps us to know more personal details of people whom we interact with during  that journey, and Actually  i Like the Term Journey , Because this is my feeling since i started to read something about others and  write something about my self and my dreams and i was very Excited to start this journey πŸ™‚ .


About me


My Name Ahmed Ibrahim , Born in 10th OCT 1983 in a Small Town belongs to a very Beautiful City called AL-Mansoura  😎 one of the biggest Cities in Egypt and i was moved to another city called Port Said during My university in Faculty of Engineer , I stayed  there for 5 years studying Computer and control Systems which is My Specialization in faculty of Engineering , again i moved to Cairo to start my career as Oracle Developer in Vodafone telecommunication Company in 2009 , then i moved to my current company in 2010 to start my SAP career as SAP Netweaver Administrator , SAP HANA Administrator

I am interested with reading, playing football and chess anyway not much now


A Fun Fact About My Country

Regardless of the political problems existing in my country Egypt πŸ˜† , still is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and the closest to my heart, where you can see the scenic and various miscellaneous. Wherever you go πŸ™‚

Where you can take a tour to enjoy the beauty of nature on the shores of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, Dahab or go to areas which tells the history and civilization of 4000 BC, such as Giza and Luxor and Aswan 😎

In addition to a very friendly  people and smiley always liked to help others without any gains, actually you feel warm ,safety , family  between this people 😎


   


Famous dishes in Egypt


Funny Fact About My People πŸ˜†


Since 2 years back my People did A great Revolution with very good Aims and we Success to toppling the unjust regime, whole world was impressed with this peaceful Revolution and we tried to impressed  the world Again , because of that we did another Revolution and we  restore the Old  regime πŸ˜› πŸ˜† πŸ˜†


What do you enjoy most in your work and why?

I Believe that if the Technical Engineer working Hard and always busy it means he did not planning properly for his task , But if he is feel relax and drinking Tea checking new technologies on the Internet, update and gain more knowledge it mean he is good planner and this is what I like in my job, “drinking Tea” πŸ˜›

What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?

Actually the current project with my current company is the most fun project because this is my first Project in SAP and i Prepared for that project since 4 years but the implementation phase started actually since 2 years only , the most fun things in that Project that I learned many things rather than netweaver Administration , beacuse of the long time consumed by project implementation it give me and the team also chance to do more social activity together also to share the gained knowledge and different cultures

What was your dream job as a kid?

I was seeing that , the Engineer is doing all Maintenance , fix and Invention everywhere, I liked to be Engineer , But  Engineer of what  ??? I have no Idea , i just like to fix the things and machines and toys, to be more honest i liked destroy the things more than  fixing πŸ˜›


the result



Blogging it forward:


I would like to blog it forward to


Deepak Kori

Reagan Benjamin

Mudasir H Syed

Tariq almalki

satish gandam

Mohammed Hassan

Zahid Yener

Himanshu sharma

Rizwan Muhammad

Rakesh Kumar

wayel hamad

Imad Ramadan

Hannes Kuehnemundsivakiran uppala

Nikhil Ghadge

Questions for you:

  1. Best thing you like about/in SAP?
  2. What is the most wonderful memory in your life till now?
  3. Which is the most satisfactory moment of your life?

The people I “Blog It Forward” to can make-up their own questions or choose another from the bank of questions found in Moshe Naveh. Any registered SCN member can join the “Blog It Forward” challenge. To do so, please visit the “Blog It Forward” kick-off blog.

Thank you all for reading my blog. I really appreciate your interest and patience πŸ™‚ .

Your comments and suggestions are most welcome. πŸ™‚

Best Regards

AhMeD

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  1. Susan Keohan

    Hi Ahmed, welcome to the #BIF family!  I share your appreciation for the whole initiative started by xMoshe Naveh (Old Acct).  It’s wonderful to learn about people who connect on SCN, who might not ever have the chance to meet IRL.

    I love all the beautiful pictures of your country!  The food looks great too.  But I don’t eat much meat, so what would you recommend?  Also, what are your favorite desserts?

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      HI Susan ,

      thank you very much  πŸ™‚

      the good news you do not eating much meat ,otherwise you will not stop eating meat in Egyptian way πŸ™‚ actually very tasty,any way My recommendation for the beautiful woman πŸ˜‰ not to eat much Egyptian food , otherwise you will gain weight .

      for desserts i like the following small dish πŸ™‚

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  2. Ahmed Yehia

    You have also to mention that Egypt is currently experiencing a cold snap, heavy rains and snow fall!!  πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    Great blog Ahmed and nice to meet u on here πŸ˜‰

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      Ahmed Yehia

      i think you are lucky πŸ˜‰ to attend the snowing even with this Bitter cold πŸ™‚ , i like the snow and rain too much , but unfortunately i wrote the blog before the snowing πŸ˜› , also i am outside Egypt  right now .

      thank you Ahmed, nice to meet you her, and i hope to meet you outside the SCN also πŸ™‚

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  3. Midhun VP

    Good to know about you Ahmed. Recently I visited Ghana. Hope I will be able to visit Egypt too, to apply some small SAP mobile skills there too.

    – Midhun VP

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      slam Tariq ,

      thanks for comment πŸ™‚

      you have open Invitation πŸ™‚ , any time you can visit me , don’t worry i will be your Tourist guide πŸ˜‰ ,

      BR

      AhMeD

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  4. Farid Hasan

    Good to know abut you and your historical place, read a lot about your place in history books at the time of my schooling.. πŸ™‚

    very nice blog..& all d very best for your future..

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  5. Marssel Vilaça

    It’s six thirty on my watch and I’m hungry. I don’t know why I just decided to read your blog only at exactly this moment! 😐 Looks wonderful food!

    I really enjoyed what I’ve πŸ™‚ read. I know people who’ve been in Egypt and spoke highly of their experiences.

    All the best for you!

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      Hi Marssel ,

      It’s an honor for me to read the blog ,may be i was lucky  you read it when you was hungry πŸ˜‰ , Egyptian foods is very Delicious   πŸ™‚

      i hope you to get the chance to visit Egypt soon  really you will Enjoy

      Best Regards

      AhMeD

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      thank you Harish  πŸ™‚ , following  the same way to Fix SAP will be a Disaster for sure πŸ˜†   thanks for your advice ,

      looking forward to read your BIF soon , it will be very nice to know about your childhood Hobbies

      Best Regards ,

      AhMeD

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      thank you shreepad, thanks for reading the Appetizing blog πŸ˜› ,you can read it any time  whenever you feel Loss of appetite πŸ˜† , i think it will be nice to met you in Egypt πŸ™‚   any way since now , you have open lunch invitation for most popular dishes in Egypt , but just select the dish you like πŸ˜‰

      Best Regards ,

      AhMeD

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      thanks Patra πŸ™‚ , yes it was good dream , but the best part was how to achieve it as you see in the picture πŸ˜†

      Best Regards ,

      AhMeD

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  6. Suseelan Hari

    Hi Ahmed,

    Good Day!

    Thank you so much for sharing about you and your experience. I appreciate.

    After seeing Egyptian dishes “Mouth full of water” πŸ˜†

    Keep up the good work!

    Good Work! Happy New Year!

    Regards,

    Hari Suseelan

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      most welcome Hari πŸ™‚   very nice to see you here in my restaurant πŸ™‚ , just select the dishes you like i will send it to you in Bangalore πŸ™‚

      thanks for comment and really great to meet you here πŸ™‚

      Best Regards ,

      AhMeD

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      i am so sorry Mohammed i missed the most important Egyptian dish , this Falafel dish looks like identity for Egyptians , i feel it is one of the component of the body for the Egyptians  like (water , fats, Falafel …….etc  πŸ™‚ .

      thank you for your comment , it is nice to see you on here,  i am looking for know something about you , i may send you invitation to start your BIF  if you like. ,

      Best Regards

      AhMeD

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  7. James Villar

    Hi Ahmed nice blog of yours  wish I could visit your country to see the Pyramids and meet nice people there like you.

    Ahmed is my colleague and his a very nice guy!

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      thanks James for comment πŸ™‚

      you have open Invitation πŸ™‚ , any time you can visit me , don’t worry i will be your Tourist guide πŸ˜‰ ,

      also thank you for the nice compliment πŸ˜€

      Best Regards

      AhMeD

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      Hi Peter πŸ™‚ ,

      thank you very much , unfortunately i did not add any Pictures  for Alexandria which is very beautiful city it is called “bride of Mediterranean” πŸ™‚ but Egypt  still have other beaches more  beautiful than Alex like ” DAHAB , Hurghada,……..” , any way you are most welcome in Egypt any  time  and i will guide you to the most beautiful places in Egypt πŸ™‚

      Best Regards

      AhMeD

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  8. Amal Aloun

    Marhaba Ahmad;

    Greetings from Jordan πŸ™‚

    Nice blog. It is good to find people who have the “drinking tea” concept. I agree that a good technical engineer should not be busy, and stressed all the time, and should update him or her self with new technologies, although there are few times where issues may happen.

    Best Regards

    ~Amal Aloun

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    1. Ahmed Ibrahim Post author

      Marhaba Amal  πŸ™‚ ,  my greetings to all Jordanian

      so nice to see you on here , i would like to thank you for your comment

      as you know the concept of “drinking tea” is very broad concept and widely used especially here on gulf πŸ˜› , actually there are two definitions for that concept, 1st for normal people , the other one specially for the gulf region of course i don’t mean the second one πŸ™‚ , i quite agree with you, issues always there  , but we can reduce it to the minimum by planning properly . as per my experience most of issues people facing because lack of planning and preparation

      Best Regards ,

      Ahmed Ibrahim

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