My name is Malik Tubaishat. I love the expat life and multiculturalism. I am an expat-since-birth. I was born and raised in Kuwait. I then lived in Jordan, Syria, Malaysia and the USA.
I am currently based in Amman, Jordan. I work as a Full-Stack Developer.
I taught Computer Science at Yarmouk University, Jordan University of science & Technology and University of Missouri. I have a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Universiti Sains Malaysia (research based) and from Missouri University of Science & Technology (research and coursework based).
My research was in Database, Linear Hash Structures, Nested Transaction Environment, Multi-level Transaction Model, Wireless Sensor Networks, Traffic Engineering, Machine Learning, Reinforcement Learning, and Data Mining. My Sensor networks: an overview paper is cited more than 600 times. This paper along with my other publications are cited more than 900 times.
Currently, I am interested in everything related to Data Science.
Besides teaching, I also worked as a Web Developer at the MU Career Center – University of Missouri (2011 – 2014).
This blog’s main theme is about expat life and culture!
Jaraad is an Arabic word for locusts; migratory insects that swarm. They are also known for their love of food and travel.
Contact me at: Jaraads@gmail.com