Hazem Ali (scientist)

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Hazem Ali
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Hazem Ali the Co-Founder of Skytells, Inc.
Born (1989-10-29) October 29, 1989 (age 31)
Portsaid, Egypt
Residence Los Angeles, California[1]
Nationality American[1]
Other names Hazem Ali, Albert, حازم علي
Citizenship United States
Education Medicinal chemistry at Harvard University
Occupation Chemist, Computer Programmer and Co-Founder of Skytells, Inc.
Years active 2004–present
Organization Skytells, Inc.
Known for Co-Founder of Skytells
Television Good Morning America , Dubai TV
Title Chemical Researcher, Co-Founder of Skytells Inc, Chief Developer at Cisco Systems
Religion Islam
Awards Honorary Doctorate - Computer Science (2016)



Hazem Ali (born October 29, 1989)[1] is an American chemist, programmer, chief developer, and co-founder of Skytells, Inc. He studied Medicinal chemistry at Harvard University and graduated with a master's degree.

Starting in 1998, Hazem began Computer programming, and became one of the best known programmers of the personal computer revolution.[1] With his knowledge of computer programming, he developed the (A+) programming language in Arabic ("لغة ع") the world's first programming language with codes in the Arabic language.[1]


Hazem Ali was born on October 29, 1989 in Bur Said, Egypt, and moved to the United States.[1]

Early life

Hazem began using computers and writing software at home. He enjoyed developing computer programs, especially communication tools and games. In August 2011 Ali developed the ( A+ - ع+ in Arabic ) computer programming language and became the world's first syntax programming language with codes written in the Arabic language. When Ali appeared on Dubai TV he mentioned that everybody in the world must learn computer programming because it teaches the human brain how to think.[1] On June 12, 2011 the Egyptian magazine Al-Ahram named Ali number 1 on its 2011 list of the Top 100 "most influential people of the Information Age".[3]

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Hazem Ali appears on Egyptian Magazine

College Years

By the time he began to perform an overview of his own programming language in college, Hazem had already achieved a "reputation as a programming prodigy".[4] A short time later, he created a different program he initially called the Pharmacist that helps students to make researches better and communicate during research process all at the same time.


Software Developer

Ali started his career as a computer programmer. On December 26, 2001, Ali began to learn the Javascript language, and he had the ability to create a helpful small projects, until he noticed that the C programming language became more popular and opens all gates to developers to create, so he decided to learn the C programming language. Two years later he developed his first computer program (The Digital Teacher), which allowed students to learn their educational curriculum easily, since he launched his first computer program the Egyptian Prime Minister issued to Ali an honorary certificate, and became one of the most-known persons in Egypt. [3]

On March 8, 2005 Ali went to Microsoft in Dubai to study advanced computer programming, according to Microsoft's entry requirements of taking the Advanced courses of computer programming, Ali's programming skills should be tested, since then he'd bypassed the test with excellent degree and won a gold watch as gift from Microsoft. [3]

The happiest moment i've ever felt was that moment when i discovered my ability to create.[5]

Cisco Systems

On February 11, 2006 Hazem started working at Cisco Systems as Programmer analyst until he became the youngest Chief executive officer of computer programming department ( 2016 ) at Cisco, one of the most popular programmers in Los Angeles, California. [1]

Skytells, Inc.

On December 12, 2007 Hazem launched his own computer programming company ("hereinafter") Skytells, Inc. [1] in Los Angeles and Skytells became one of the most popular programming company in the U.S.[1] According to Skytells's Website, their mission is to provide creative tools that help anyone give a voice to their ideas.[1]

Don't try to make something that someone has already did. Try to make something different.[6]


  • GPC of the Year ( 2005 ) - Egypt.
  • MSDE ( Microsoft Developer Expert - 2009 ) - Dubai.
  • Cisco SD ( 2011 ) - California.
  • TED-Technologies ( 2014 ) - Dubai.
  • Honorary Doctorate ( 2016 ).


  • The language of (A+) - (لغة البرمجة ع بالعربية).
  • The Teacher ("Education Software")
  • Femto-Plus ("Clinical Software")
  • The Pharmacist ("Clinical Software")
  • Sniper Anti-Virus ("Windows Software")
  • Skytells Messenger ( 2012 )
  • Skytells PM - ( 2013 )
  • Skytells Sheet - ( 2015 )


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