Curriculum Vitae - UNIX, network and system developer

Adi Stav

9 Yosef Ha-Nasi st., Tel Aviv
Tel: +972-2-5709543, +972-52-3514449
Date of Birth: July 10th, 1978
ID Number: 035781509

I have over six years of experience developing UNIX and networking products, particularly in the areas of Open Source and Free Software integration, security, cryptography, network analysis, and Linux embedded software, in both team-wide and individual projects. I have gathered most of my experience prior to enrolling in any formal education; however, I completed my B.Sc. studies in July, 2006.

I am now interested in developing my skills so that they cover more varied technologies and technological fields, and a wider responsibility in the development group.

I am focused on leveraging my skills, both current and future, in making a significant contribution to a technological development effort so that it has long-lasting and global impact.

Natural Languages:

Hebrew: mother tongue.
English: mother tongue level.


2003-2006 - A student of Computer Science in Tel Aviv University, Israel.

1995-1997 - Israeli external Bagrut high school graduation certificate with five points in: Physics, Mathematics, English.

Job Experience:

August 2003 - now - Work in a start-up specializing in application- level IDS and firewall systems (part time until July 2006; full time since).
August 2000 - April 2003 - Work in Mercury Interactive Corporation, participating in the development and support of "Topaz Prism," an APM (Application Performance Monitoring) passive TCP/IP, HTTP and HTTPS network traffic performance analyzing product working in a Solaris/Linux environment. My roles and responsibilities in developing the aforementioned product included inter alia:
February 2000 - August 2000 - Focus on technical intelligence and research in Aduva, Inc., a startup (since sold to Sun Microsystems) developing an automated system for configuration and installation for Linux desktop systems. My core duties included:

March 1997 to February 2000 - Compulsory military service in the Erez Border Crosspoint Security Unit and responsibility for computer systems in Northern Regiment, Gaza Strip. My main functions were as follows:

Computer Background:


Available upon request.