With over twenty years of development experience in creating web applications, and a background in running a startup tech company and launching several successful large scale applications, I've learned a knack for taking practical business requirements and translating them into deliverable solutions. My legal experience has given me a unique ability to manage a team and perspective that has translated extremely well to my time in the technology industry.
English, Hebrew (modern)
django, django-restframework, wagtail, mailpile, channels, dateparser, elasticsearch_dsl
20+ years experience building web applications
Given a problem in my own life, I'd resort to building myself a web app to fix it. From budgeting software to time management solutions, I've built a lot of apps.
My professional career started on a team consulting on how to build a UI for an online voting platform. I went to law school and started a legal career where I built web applications for managing my law school work load, and tracking my hours as a paralegal.
Despite a successful career as a lawyer (being named one of the **top 5%** of rising lawyers for **three years**), I transitioned to my passion: web technologies.
I joined a startup doing Internet marketing, and took my existing time management platform and developed it into a full featured product/time/payroll/lead management solution.
I also built a solution for tracking advertising fraud and blocking malicious traffic.
I have always been a proponent of Open Source and the Free Software community. I recently garnered the courage to begin releasing a variety of tools I have built for myself over the years to the open world hoping that somehow they will be useful to more than just me. I invite you to take a look at, for example, PorterJS.