Noam Sheffer took professional journey from programming to teaching and consulting.

Noam was born on October 6, 1975. He graduated the IDC college NY, NY class of 2001 and joined Sela as a senior software developer. He had an excellent track record as a software architect and lecturer. He was actively presenting in many of Sela’s conferences, workshops and courses while working with prominent customers to help develop the most advanced software platforms. Noam was killed in a horrible accident on March 11, 2014 while driving back to Sela to deliver a lecture. He was the loving husband of Anat and the proud father of Gilad, Dror and Hila. We will always remember Noam as a highly appreciated colleague, a true friend and a man that lived and died on the fast lane.

Noam Sheffer
1975-2014
Architect, Senior Consultant
Noam Sheffer, 1975-2014
Architect, Senior Consultant
Noam Sheffer, MCPD, MCT, is a Senior Architect and a Senior Consultant at SELA. Noam spent his last 16 years combating software bugs and developing new ones. With experience at real-time embedded implementation to the abstraction of .NET application. Noam spent a lot of time around the globe, catching the bugs in their natural environment at production customer’s sites and doing post deployment debugging on active 24/7 applications. Noam leads SELA’s GIS development at numerous customers and acts as Chief Software Architect at an IDF unit in addition to teaching advanced software and management courses and technology open houses.

Windows Azure Community–Israel April Session–Come And Hear Me
Noam Sheffer
MCT, MCPD, MCTS Architect, Senior Consultant
Tales of Production Debugging In the coming meeting of Windows Azure Community – Israel session (Apr-3rd 17:30) I’m going to give a session on debugging in cloud environment and especially in Windows Azure. You are all welcome to register at EventBrite (Seats are numbered). While you at that go to the community Facebook Page and “Link” it for feature updates and information.   This session will be mostly live coding/examples (5 Slides the most) so here is a short abstract on what you will hear...(read more)