// Mixpanel implementation The Mentoring Club - Islam Elhosary

Mit mehr als 10 Jahren Erfahrung in der Softwareentwicklung und mehr als 6 Jahren Erfahrung in der Datenwissenschaft bin ich davon begeistert, Data Wissenschaft zu nutzen, um Wirkung zu erzielen.

Als begeisterter Community-Mitglied bin ich Mitbegründer / Mitorganisator vieler regionaler und internationaler Veranstaltungen und Communities wie des Cairo Open Data Day, des Data Science Meetup in Kairo, der Initiative Data Science in Arabic und der MUFIX Community. Ich bin auch ein TedX-Sprecher!

Ich Gastdozent für Master- und Doktoranden an die regionalen Universitäten bin.

With 10+ Years of experience in Software Engineering and 6+ Years of experience in Data Science, I’m passionate about using Data Science for making Impact!

Being a Community Enthusiastic, I’m Co-Founding/Co-Organizing many regional and international events and communities like Cairo Open Data Day, Cairo Data Science Meetup, Data Science in Arabic Initiative, MUFIX Community. I’m also a TedX speaker!

I’m transferring Data Science Industry Insights to Academia by being a guest lecturer for Masters and PhD Students at regional Universities.

My Mentoring Topics

  • Starting of the career in data
  • Career Shift into Data Science
  • Crafting Data strategy
  • Building Data Products
  • Information Retrieval
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Machine Learning In Production
G.
26.September 2022

It was very smooth talk with many helpful tips. He helped me making a road map to for my shift career. He broke down the steps and covered different aspect to work on! Islam is very friendly, helpful, and very understanding, easy talk to. Thank you so much Islam !

A.
26.September 2022

I really learned a lot from my mentoring session with Islam , and he really helped me to organize my ideas and to shape my career path through efficient works . Besides his high level of knowledge and experience, He inspired me to keep on my learning in Data field and to do my best. Thanks to Islam :)

I highly recommend Islam for anybody want to start a career in Data science or machine learning or other sector related to the Data.

H.
12.June 2022

It was extremely Helpful and beneficial,

I would like to thank Islam for his time that was really valuable for me..

N.
5.June 2022

yes, the session was very helpful and very informative. im very happy that we both took the time to sit down and unpack everything that I was facing and also encouraginng me to believe and also work on myself. thank you very much for eveything

I.
4.June 2022

Thanks for your time valuable information and resources ,really I am grateful for you,wish you all the best .

A.
1.June 2022

The session was enlightening. It has cleared up some doubts I had. I now have a clear path and understanding of what I need to do to move forward in my career.

I.
4.April 2022

I was very happy to have the session with Islam as he helped me organize my thoughts and crafted a roadmap with the resources needed to get to what I hope. He is a careful listener and I will sure get in touch with him in the future for additional guidance and advice.

O.
3.April 2022

Islam is a great and experienced specialist and mentor, capable of giving very useful and helpful advice.

R.
3.April 2022

The call was very organized and helpful. You are a good listener and you gave responses that actually spoke to my needs and questions (even the very basic/dumb ones) rather than offering generic advice. I wouldn't have changed anything about it. I am extremely grateful to you and to Mentoring Club and I look forward to speaking again!

K.
27.March 2022

The mentoring session was amazing, Mr Islam patiently answered my all sorts of doubts and gave clarity

P.
7.March 2022

It was a great honor and pleasure to meet Islam, he is very understanding and cares about what your need and like to explain you what you didn't understand. He showed me also steps to resolve my problem. I enjoyed our session and would like more session with him or with people like him.

S.
7.March 2022

The session was just awesome. His suggestions were really great, everyone should have mentor like him. I have right mentor and right goals now, I am going to work on that plan.

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