Abdel-Karim is software architect and co-founder of OpenCraft, an open source software firm specializing in Web 2.0 information architecture and system integration. Embracing the open source philosophy coincides with his interest in knowledge management and representation, open standards, open content, software localization, emergence, software architecture, workflow automation, and web-based technologies. Mardini aspires to contribute to fostering a conducive environment for software research in Egypt and the Arab world.
Abdel-Karim holds a BSc in Computer Science from The American University in Cairo with a minor in Mathematics and Electronics. Prior to founding OpenCraft he held various development and research positions at SportsMEDIA Technology Corporation in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina, the Distributed and Real-Time Systems group (DiRT) at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and Step 9 Software Corporation in Washington DC.
Email: mardini at open-craft dot com
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