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Here’s a quick introduction on my professional profile (written in 3rd person context):
Hammad Rajjoub is currently working as an Enterprise Mobility and Security Lead for Microsoft. In this role Hammad focuses on highly competitive and complex techno-sales engagement around the world. This role allows him to work closely with customers as well as product and engineering teams. Hammad is based at Microsoft HQ in Redmond, Washington.
In his previous role he was a Vice President at Bank Of America Merrill Lynch where he was leading an Options Trading Platform as well as Real-Time downstream feed systems for banks Global Markets & Technology division. Prior to joining Microsoft Hammad was a Connected System MVP for 7 consecutive years.
His areas of interests include Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Mobility, Security, Cloud Computing, Design Patterns and Quantum Computation. He has presented at various international conferences on Architecture, Design, Software Development and Industry Solutions. He has also conducted courses for under-grad/grad courses at Dept. Of Computer Science, University of Karachi and PAF KIETas a visiting faculty member.
He is frequently invited to speak at technology and industry conferences. He is a published author (read about his new book at http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Windows-Server-AppFabric-Cookbook/dp/1849684189/). Hammad is also a member of Ex-co at SITF – Cloud Computing Chapter Singapore Cloud Computing Chapter and ITSC Task Force Singapore. He has also reviewed and contributed to Singapore’s first national security standard for Cloud Computing and Technical References (TRs).
You can follow him on twitter via @hammadrajjoub.