In this episode of GeeksBlabla, we invited Mehdi Belmekki who is the currently Services Sales Rep in GitHub in EMEA region.
0:02 – Introduction and welcome=ing
0:02 – Who is Mehdi Belmekki ?
0:04 – Academic background, where is the guest born, education until baccalauréat and higher education studies
0:11 – Something you advise for moroccan students in engineering
0:17 – How do you evaluate the certification system along with studies, and what are the pros of INSEAD Certification?
0:20 – First contact with technology in general and computer science in particular
0:24 – Can you tell us more about GitHub student pack?
0:26 – You worked almost 6 years at Alfresco, How was the experience ?
0:35 – You started as Technical Consultant, then promoted to Principal, then Architect and finally Engagement Manager. First can you tell us more about Engagement manager role ?
0:42 – What pushed you to make the move ?
0:49 – In 2018 you Joined Github, How did you get to Github for the first time ?
0:54 – You started as a Solution engineer and then switched to Sales rep. First what is Solution engineering at Github ?
0:56 – How was the switch to Sales Rep, specially in the EMEA region
1:00 – What changed in Github after joining Microsoft ? Are there any cool projects for the future, especially in the CI area.
1:06 – What are the issues you had while switching from Technical to Engagement manager?
1:09 – Are there any future plans of Github with Morocco ?
1:12 – Do you have any special advice for people that want to get into Github?
1:18 – We know Github.com, and not GitHub services. Can you tell us more about it
1:20 – What is your opinion about how computer science is teached in moroccan universities ? Is it good ? Does it lack anything important ? Does it produce competent people ?
1:28 – Does GitHub have any expansion plans in african coutries?
1:29 – Does GitHub have any guidelines on AI and wants to invest in that field?
1:30 – What is the difference between DevSecOps and Pentesting ?
1:33 – When GitHub sponsors will launch in Africa?
1:38 – Wrap up and goodbye.