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My Bio

I was born, raised and educated in Moscow, Russia, moved to Israel in 1990. I hold an M.Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics, have over 20 years of experience in the high-tech industry, engaging in software development, team management, system architecture and technical communications.  In 2003, gained a Microsoft Professional Certification on Defining .NET Solutions Architectures.

In September 2004 I joined the NetWeaver Product Management group at SAP Labs Israel, where I focus on documentation and knowledge transfer for the SAP development tools (Portal Development Kit for .NET, Enterpise Services Explorer for .NET and Visual Composer SDK), and regularly provide content for the .NET Interoperability  area on SDN.


These links point to the pages and documentation that I create and maintain.

  • .NET Interoperability Development Center
    This SDN page for the .NET developers serves as a single point of access to the downloads, documentation, FAQ, articles and other resources related to PDK for .NET and SAP .NET Connector.
  • Visual Composer Technical White Paper
    The purpose of this white paper is to help technical decision makers and influencers gain a clear understanding of Visual Composer for CE and generate a strong interest in adopting the tool. It provides background information on the industry context, and a technical overview of the product architecture, its underlying technologies, capabilities and benefits.
  • Visual Composer Kit Developer's Corner (SAP internal)
    Contains resources for the SAP developers who extend Visual Composer, including my Visual Composer Kit Developer's Guide.
  • SAP Enterprise Services Explorer for Microsoft .NET (internal)
    This page in the eSOA Wiki space is dedicated to the ES Explorer for .NET and contains resources for the internal users of the tool, as well as development-related materials.