Amr Bedair

Amr Bedair

Senior Software Developer

Name:Amr Bedair
Date of birth:May 24, 1984
Address:63 Clochran, Kilcloghans, Tuam, Co Galway
Senior Developer, and Development Lead Lead with over 10 years' experience working in many business areas for e.g. - telecom, e-payment, pos, document archiving, Process automation, and web portals -. Implemented many standards, solved many problems, served many types of customers, and faced a lot of real market challenges.


2013 - present


Senior Developer

Developing and maintaining many closed source project "for company's clients", as well as maintaining the famous "YiiBooster" project

2012 - present


Development Lead

nefya is my freelancing team's code name. established in 2012 focusing on web development using latest cutting edge technologies, we believe in the web revolution so we deliver our products as “Software as a Service”.

2010 - 2012


Senior FileNet Developer

Developing and maintaining many governmental process automation projects, using IBM FileNet p8 solutions, in addition to architecting a new document archiving solution.

2008 - 2010


Senior Developer

Working as a senior member in the German pool working for the - Point Of Sale - ePOS project for Vodafone Germany.

2007 - 2008


Senior Developer

Outsourced senior developer for CyberSource Corp. the largest payment gateway worldwide "Currently purchased by Visa".

2006 - 2007

NTG Clarity

Software Developer

Working as a junior developer on their main project NTS, it was a J2EE solution with a highly customize Swing user interface, I've also shared on many database design, and performance optimisation tasks.


Recent Seminars

Software Development

I've attended many seminars discussing all areas of computer science and software development like:

  • Many JDC in Cairo 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009
  • Google Search Engine Algorithms By Google, Cairo University 2006
  • Distributed Computing , Cairo University 2006
  • Many Webinars talking about all new technologies
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