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Hi there!

Nice to meet you, I’m Christian Abdelmassih

IT Security Specialist

Conference Speaker

Full Stack Developer

Master in Computer Science

Engineer by Degree

Online Course Author

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Hi! I'm Christian, an Engineer by degree with a Master in Computer Science from KTH, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. I am an IT Security Specialist, Conference Speaker, Full Stack Developer, academic, teacher, online-course author among many other things.

I work primarily with Enterprise-level Security Architecture and InfoSec-related tasks such as access controls, identity and access management, as well as performing audits and risk analyses and ensuring compliance. I also support developers in building secure web apps and sysadmins in safer operations.

Before focusing on security, I was a Full Stack Developer and DevOps enthusiast. As a developer I've worked extensively with both Docker and Kubernetes and have experience with several frameworks and technologies such as Node.js, React, .NET Core and Laravel. Finally I can code in C#, Java, Python, PHP, JavaScript and C++ among other languages.

Whether you're building a new PKI-based authentication solution in for your hybrid cloud or benchmarking a sensitive web platform for on-prem, you've got my interest.

Feel free to reach out, I'd love to have a chat.

> Christian

As I learn new things, I tend write tons of notes and so I created a docs site to have a central notebook. Feel free to check it out!

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Tindhair is a mobile application which allows you to quickly find you a new hairstyle. It's build with React Native and Redux. It is connected to a Node.js REST API. I built this app while taking a course in interaction design at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology.

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A tech blog that I made during the summer 2016 to learn Laravel, responsive design and deploying towards Heroku. It's inspired by The Verge and Web Designer Depot. The logo is provided by Behance and the photos by Unsplah.

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