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Alex Feldstein


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Currently working at Ryder System In Miami.

LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexfeldstein

Main hobby is photography. Photo gallery at http://AlexFeldsteinPhotography.com. Comments are always welcome!

Current blog is at: http://alexfeldstein.blogspot.com
and the feed is at: http://alexfeldstein.blogspot.com/atom.xml

Old blog (July 2004 - May 2006) is at: http://www.bloglines.com/blog/AlexFeldstein
Alex was a Most Valuable Professional from 2001 to 2008.

Written articles and reviews for some trade magazines (does anyone remember IDBug Journal?). Speaker in local developer groups in South Florida. Speaker at Comdex Miami '98. Did international consulting and teaching in Latin America. Also wrote photography articles for Nature Images Online Magazine.

GO player since 1976 (an ancient oriental board game).
Speaking engagements (not a complete list):

  • Several lectures on software development issues internal to the company, on subjects ranging from Data Security and Cryptography to Web Services, XML, XSLT and internal XML data transfer applications.
  • Grupo de Usuarios Fox Argentina (GUFA) Buenos Aires, Argentina -- Data Security and Cryptography (in Spanish).
  • Gira Microsoft: EvoluciĆ³n .NET, a Microsoft Mexico one day conference in Mexico City (in Spanish) to showcase Microsoft technologies. Alex ran the VFP 7.0 Track.
  • Vancouver FoxPro Users Group on "Data Security and the Crypto API".
  • Comdex Latin America on N-Tier development.

  • Articles and publications (not a complete list):

  • FoxPro Advisor (August 2004): Tip of the Month
  • Fox Talk (March 2004): Visual FoxPro tool to use strong encryption to Encrypt and Decrypt data and send to a client/colleague by email or other means.
  • FoxPro Advisor (Jan 2003): "Make FoxPro Google"
  • CoDe Magazine (Jul - Aug 2002): "Embedded VB and your Pocket PC"
  • CoDe Magazine (Mar - Apr 2002): "Understanding the CryptoAPI"
  • Articles in Portal Fox (Spanish)
  • Articles in RapoZine (Portuguese)
  • CNET.com (Oct 1999) Reviews: Web Connection

  • "History is full of people who out of fear, or ignorance, or lust for power has destroyed knowledge of immeasurable value which truly belongs to all of us. We must not let it happen again." -- Carl Sagan, "Cosmos"

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