I am a software developer with a primary focus on building functional and beautiful android applications. Besides coding, I also edit videos and am a graphic designer. In my free time, I like to invest in the stock market & design and print 3 dimensional objects using the 3D printer I built.
In Ofek 324, the computing/technology unit of the Israel Air Force Created a website for maintaining users in Active Directory Using C#, ASP.NET, and MVC 5 Built WindowsForm C# Applications Set up and maintained Internet Information Services (IIS) server Managed Windows Server 2016 Created powershell scripts to manage users, generate reports, and improve productivity
Android Developer at AmCan Tech. I also get to create tech videos on YouTube, graphics, 3D CAD , and work on several other projects as a freelancer.
Built DraftIDF: an Android and an iOS App, using Java and Swift respectively, for new immigrants and potential soldiers to learn about units, corps, and ranks in the Israel Defense Force.
Developed a Client Android App (Java), Communicating with RESTFul API, C++, Python, and Machine Learning. Worked with existing models using the Caffe Framework. In addition, prototyped different technologies and models with the Intel RealSense Technology
I spent a year at Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Israel learning Torah and Halachot. The year was full of surprises and adventures. We stayed on a Kibbutz for two weeks, Took part in a Leadership Program, Went hiking throughout the country, Flew to Poland for a week-long trip centered around Jewish Life before the Holocaust, and so much more. I finished off the year on a strong note, and volunteered at Siebenberg House, an underground museum in the Old City Of Jerusalem.
Graduated High School as a member of the National Honor Society. The Course-load was both in Secular Subjects as well as Judaic ones like: The Bible, Prophets, Hebrew Language, and Gemara. I took AP Computer Science A and AP US Government Courses as well.
I started development on this unit converter project as a side-project demo. It quickly gained over 30,000 downloads, and has become my most popular and successful android app, yet. unitMeasure works without internet, uses no permissions, and has privacy as the main focus.
Vision started off as a simple idea, based on Google Play Service's Vision API. This app doesn't use internet and only has the camera permission for scanning purposes. Once you are in the app, you can click scan and automatically once a code is found, it opens it in your default browser or displays a prompt on screen with the results. It does and works exactly how it should be expected from any user, while most apps in the play store don't meet that standard unfortunately.
Torch was a program that I built to be an awesome flashlight and strobe light for android. It comes with a quick tile and a widget in addition to the main app. No ads or internet are ever requested or used. Only the camera permission is required for the strobe light to function properly.
Not currently looking for employment.