Passion is in Video Games and Computer Science
My name is Morad Muslimany, a 1992-born Computer Scientist, learning Computer Science for B.Sc. at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba, Israel.
I have had deep passion for Video Game Development and the Game Development industry since I could walk! Trying my best to learn it and gain experience at my own cost, time and effort.
My ultimate passion, love and dream is to see myself working at a major game development company, especially at London, U.K.,, my favorite city of all time. (But will, of course, consider other European countries/U.S.A. upon a good opportunity.)
I have experience with major and the strongest programming languages, freelancing and experience-aimed.
My assignments in Computer Science courses at university gain the most points, though I have a problem with exams (stress) that causes me to gain a mark that does not indicate my powers.
I love Physics and Mathematics, especially when they evolve themselves with the cover of Game Development.
I have been accredited by my colleagues, professors and daily-life contacts as a person who is so focused on work, and whose perfection at the assignments given to is of high priority, and of course, deep passion and ultimate commitment for my dreams.
A great teamworker, with nice attitude towards colleagues and always raising the good flag to help those who work with me, and an aspiring person to learn from people who are more experienced than I am.
I love doing extra hours at work/office if the project's perfection depends on it.
Available in and out of office/workplace/house, also at weekends.
Several ways are available to contact me: E-Mail, Phone, Skype, LinkedIn and Facebook (check out the top of the page!)
I love Beer, Nightlife, and working while Elvis's playing.
Always and forever: Working for (and -not- waiting) for fulfilling my ultimate dream; a seat at one of the most giant video game development companies of all time.
Can work mostly on weekends, and up to 2-3 hours per day since I am a Computer Science student. Payment is preferable on Paypal, and before I accept any project I should skype with the employer.