I'm Elad. I used to be a full time C# developer at an enterprise company in Israel. I'm mostly interested in software infrastructure, which includes: network protocols, serialization protocols, multi-threading frameworks, code generation (runtime/design time), etc.
I'm currently a full time pure math PhD student at Yale University, working in automorphic forms. You can find some of my work here. I still try to contribute in my free time to the open-source community, mostly to projects related to the Web Application Messaging Protocol ecosystem. Among my contributions you can find WampSharp, autobahn type definitions, and Firefox WebSocket inspector support for WAMP messages.
I used to write tips in Hebrew about programming in .NET/C# on a daily basis, you can find these here. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, but please note that I'm currently not looking for a job.