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Hello


My name is Anatoly Lubarsky and I live in Tel Aviv, Israel.


As a programmer I have extensive development experience both as Microsoft .Net professional and software architect and MSSQL database developer. Also I have a track record of building more than 20 large scale applications (plus a large number of small/medium projects) from zero to production stage.


I'm officially certified by Microsoft as Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and Microsoft Certified Database Administrator.


My Sites

x2line


x2line.com is a site and company I own. blogs.x2line.com is a blog hosting service.


onecone.com is just another my site which provides various integration web services and client tools. At onecone we host applications running on both Facebook API (Facebook, Bebo) and OpenSocial platforms (Myspace, Friendster, Hi5, Orkut).


Myself

I write whatever comes to mind on my blog. All stuff here are my personal opinions and thoughts. I tend to change my opinion frequently :)


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I can be reached also on Myspace, Friendster, Hi5 and other popular social networks. Feel free to friend me, follow me.


Desktop tools I've developed

  1. Fosimo — Facebook Client for Windows.

    Fosimo on CNET Download.com!

  2. Fosimo.TR — Twitter Client for Windows.

    Get Fosimo.TR from CNET Download.com!

  3. Delicer — del.icio.us client for Windows. Delicer to del.icio.us is like Microsoft Outlook to your Email Account.

    Delicer on CNET Download.com!

I'm deep into Facebook and OpenSocial applications recently and own several dozens of them (both web and desktop). These applications run on Facebook, Myspace, Bebo, Hi5, Orkut and others.


Conclusion

Thanks for reading this and... take care :)




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