Moshe Jonathan Gordon Radian
Software Engineer, Crowdsourcing Researcher, and Entrepreneur in Pardes Hanna-Karkur, Israel
I was born on August 29th 1989 in Jerusalem, but spent most of my childhood abroad (Poland, Belgium and Romania – where I completed 12th grade with an IB diploma). Having returned to Israel, I joined the army and spent six years working as head of an ICT team (receiving an award from the Chief of Staff for my work) and head of development teams in charge of widely used systems (several thousand users).
I have a minor in Entrepreneurship from the Technion and have taken courses in computer science and mathematics. I have also expanded upon my formal education using advanced courses in various faculties in the Technion as well as independent online courses, in order to study various programming and research the (weakly defined) field of human computation.
During and after my studies at the Technion, I worked as a Software Engineer in Mellanox. In this role I developed MLNX-OS - Mellanox's C based operating system for switches. wrote Python libraries to orchestrate the switches for development and verification purposes and helped bring up the HDR era switches in Mellanox. I became a point of knowledge and an official code reviewer in both languages. I also developed and researched new ideas and opportunities in the fields of machine learning, blockchain and security, as well as complex integrations with different teams and technologies.
On March 2019, I have left Mellanox to found a startup named Travience, and worked on it for 2.5 years as co-founder, CTO and full stack developer. Since the startup is still active and somewhat stealth, I'll leave it at that for now :).
These days, I have joined Albo Climate as a full stack developer, helping to save the world (only half kidding :P ). Albo works on measuring and monitoring climate projects using satellite data, analysed using AI. Ask me if you want to know more :).
In my off time, I enjoy traveling, photography, music, and gaming on my Switch. I also sing in a Jazz (+) ensemble called "Jazz Matters" once a week.