Eng. Hossam is working as professional in programming languages such as C#.NET, VB.NET, Xamarin and Java (SE-EE). Many other languages are adding to Eng. Hossam experiences such as C++ in addition to the Database Engines such as Microsoft SQL Server,Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite and Microsoft Access. This experience was gained through the period between 2007 and 2021 through his directing and participating in many projects in technical and administrative fields at national and international levels as well.
On the technical level; Eng. El-Mahdy has established a dynamic Database Management Systems (DBMS) on sediment processes and hydrodynamics of Lake Nasser/Nubia using Visual Basic.NET, MySQL, .NET Charts, Map Window, which will assist in assessing and predicting the rate of bank erosion, sedimentation pattern, Lake’s water quality status and determine the impacts (short- and long-term, positive and negative) of the Watershed Management Project in the Lake Nasser/Nubia, in further technical assignments. On the administrative level; Eng. El-Mahdy has established many projects using reports engines such as Microsoft Reports, Crystal Report, and JReport.
Eng. El-Mahdy has participated to use the Web Technologies such as ASP.Net 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7and 4.8, HTML, AJAX, JSON, JQUERY, JS, CSS, FTP Servers, and Mail Servers. Using operating systems: Windows and Linux (Mint, Open SUSE & Ubuntu). Projects funded by Spanish Government, Islamic Development Bank (IDB), JICA, European Union (EU), and the World Bank (WB). Total costs of these projects’ execution are about 50 million US$.
In addition, Eng. ElMahdy has experience in climate Models. He participated in several studies and projects concerning prediction, mitigation and adaptation of climate change especially for Egypt and the Nile basin such as FP7 project of “Water Availability and Security in Southern Europe and Mediterranean, WASSERERMed” and Spanish funded project titled with “Climate Change Risk Management in Egypt”. The skills of Eng. ElMahdy include the use of General Circulation Models (GCMs), Regional Circulation Models (RCMs) and River Basin Simulation Model (RIBASIM).