We show how robust and scalable quantum computing can be realized on an arbitrarily large two dimensional arrays of qubits with fixed longitudinal couplings despite significant uncertainty in all the qubit-qubit and drive-qubit coupling strengths. This opens the possibility for bypassing the fabrication complexity associated with tunable couplers required in conventional quantum computing hardware. Our approach is based on driving a chosen subarray of qubits such that the total multi-qubit Hamiltonian can be decomposed into a sum of commuting few-qubit blocks and on efficient optimization of the unitary evolution within each block. Robust optimal control is then employed to implement a universal set of quantum gates with fidelities around 99.99% despite 1% uncertainty in the Hamiltonian's parameters. This robust feature is crucial for scaling up as uncertainty in the properties of qubits is substantial in large devices.