Category Archives: Ubuntu

Accomplishment of Stanford’s Startup Engineering Online Course

After 3 months I was able to successfully accomplish Stanford’s Startup Engineering Online Course on Coursera. It was a tight, diversified and a difficult course that I tried my best at. It teaches you almost everything about startups and how they differentiate it from small businesses, where startups are also so tight and happen to happen […]

Coursera Startup Engineering Course enrolled!

  I am now starting Coursera’s Startup Engineering course, provided by Stanford University’s Professors Balaji S. Srinivasan (balajis) and Vijay S. Pande (pande). As an introduction, they said: Welcome to Startup Engineering! This is the course we wish we’d had before beginning our careers. It’s a summarization of what we know about starting technology companies/labs […]

Starting Ahlia Linux Courses!

“Introduction to Linux OS, Implementation Using Virtual Machine Applications” was a workshop I gave in Ahlia University’s Lab 1. I was told that maybe 10 would attend, but I was surprised to see 20 students signing up for this course! The full capacity of the lab is 20, and other were rejected because the place […]

Membership of the Joint External Advisory Board of the College of IT and Engineering at Ahlia University

  I was chosen by Ahlia University’s Management to be a member of the  Joint External Advisory Board of the College of IT and Engineering, being one of three Alumni members of the committee. As a graduate of that college with a Bachelors in Mobile & Network Engineering, and as the 3rd President of the […]

Install LAMP on Ubuntu in one command

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. According to Wikipedia LAMP is a solution stack of free, open source software. The acronymLAMP refers to the first letters of Linux (operating system), Apache HTTP Server, MySQL (database software, but now sometimes MariaDB) and originally PHP (but now sometimes Perl or Python), principal components to build […]