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  • 1. Work: (720) 299-4701 JEFF (Yefim) ZHUK home: (303) 694-4701 jeff_zhuk@yahoo.com SUMMARY: An innovative leader and hands-on developer and architect; excellent listener and negotiator; actively shares and learns from others; Certified Java Architect; Certified Java Instructor; Certified in Knowledge Technologies (Ontological Engineering); speaker at Java One, Wireless One, and Oracle conferences. Jeff has over twenty years of software architecture and development, management, and training experience both in the USA and the former USSR. He won Belarus’s First Prize for his Real-Time Automation System, and has patents and publications in the fields of data processing, pattern recognition, and distributed knowledge technologies. Jeff worked with, consulted, and mentored virtual teams of enterprise developers in the USA, Canada, China, Israel, and Russia. He teaches best practices in collaborative engineering and distributed knowledge technologies at Java One, Wireless One international conferences and over the web. His book, “Integration-Ready Architecture and Design” (Cambridge University Press) is acknowledged as an industry-wide reference on Software Engineering with XML, Java, .NET, Wireless, Speech, and Knowledge Technologies (http://javaschool.com/about/publications.html ) Jeff is an expert in SOA and distributed enterprise applications, proficient in wireless, knowledge and speech technologies, synchronous and messaging communications, and graphics and image processing. He combines strong architecture and design expertise with best methodology and managing practices (RUP, CMM, XP, and Agile). Jeff pioneered and promoted integrated software and knowledge engineering that was embraced and expanded by the software industry in Semantic SOA and other directions. He mentored and motivated architecture and development groups at numerous leading companies to establish repeatable and highly efficient development process. (See his presentations on “Collaborative Engineering” at http://sun.com/javaone ) Jeff has developed and patented new approaches to collaborative portals and intelligent enterprise systems. Amazon.com, Yahoo, My Space, Facebook, etc. followed the directions described by the inventions and Yahoo! acquired his patent on distribute knowledge technologies. At Jeppesen/Boeing Jeff was actively involved in the Next Gen architecture review with Boeing/JPDO team and common Boeing/Jeppesen project “Collaborative Trajectory Management” on future flight planning. He initiated Jeppesen Knowledge Repository, invented and patented the Rules Collector system, an instrument to transform people’s expertise into Jeppesen Expert Services, and Collaborative Security and Decision Making System as an important component in the Next
  • 2. Gen/SWIM architecture, capable to connect all onboard and ground flight components. Jeff was an evangelist of Service-Oriented Architecture SOA), helped with architecture roadmap of CMA, Marine and resource optimization products, guided the shift from silo-applications to enterprise services. Jeff mentored architects and developers in best practices, was a leader of SOA and Knowledge Engineering working groups of Community of Practice. EXPERIENCE: Jeppesen, a Boeing Company, Englewood, CO, 5/2007 – present Advanced Technologist, Consultant in Architecture and Development - Focal point for Service Oriented Architecture and Knowledge Engineering - Consulted software architecture and design in CMA(eLink, AMM, NavData and Operations), GNTS, GNS and Standards (Knowledge Management System), Mercury and other projects; mentored and trained Jeppesen architects and developers in best development practices helping in architecture, design, coding and governing web and messaging services, internal and customer-deployed applications - Worked with NavData on the NextGen EFB architecture - Received the Inventor 2007 and the Special Inventor 2008 awards for the patents: on the Rules Collector system helping to transfer people’s expertise into business rules and on the Collaborative Decision Making and Security methods and system - Presenter at the Boeing Technology Excellence Conference on the subject of Aviation Expert Services (to be provided by Jeppesen/Boeing) as a component of SWIM in the next generation air traffic management, connecting ATC, AOC and onboard systems, while increasing awareness and safety via collaborative decision support. - Participated in collaborative work with Advanced Research and Boeing on the Next Generation aviation architecture (NextGen architecture review with JPDO, CTM project with Phantom Works) - Proposed the Service Integration Model as a framework in the NextGen architecture to dynamically create and execute service scenarios in a collaborative fashion. This suggestion was accepted by the FAA and was also included in the Jeppesen’s Volpe proposal, which won the bid for Jeppesen/Boeing as a vehicle for future projects - Wrote a technical proposal on Jeppesen Expert Services that implement his inventions for multiple applications for Aviation, Marine, Rail and the overall transportation industry - Contributed to the Blue Sky project of the Digital Transformation program that defined Jeppesen Expert Services as one of the main company directions for the future - Actively involved in developing architecture roadmaps for CMA, BGA and Marine technical units; wrote a proposal for the Next Gen EFB with rule-based components - Initiated the unified architecture for the set of resource optimization products - Worked as a Knowledge Architect in the Knowledge Management project, the base for future Jeppesen Expert Services - Leader of the CoP working groups on SOA and Knowledge Engineering - Developed and conducted SOA training workshops for Denver, Sweden and Germany branches successfully connecting business decision-makers and engineers in collaborative development.
  • 3. ITS, Inc., Englewood, CO, 10/2001-5/2007 http://JavaSchool.com Chief Architect and President Consulted corporate and government agencies saving millions of dollars with optimized architecture; trained hundreds of architects and developers. Cambridge University Press published his book on “Integration-Ready Architecture and Design” concepts and technical solutions which became best industry practices. Invented and patented distributed knowledge systems (Amazon.com, Yahoo, My Space, Facebook, etc. followed the directions described by the inventions and Yahoo! acquired his patent). His works and patents have introduced a new field of integrated software and knowledge engineering that was embraced and expanded by software architects and developers in Semantic SOA and other directions. Consulted integration and SOA projects for corporate clients, like Micro-Express International, Corporate Express, Comcast, Echostar, SZMA (Russia) and government agencies (DOJ of California, DOD, etc.). Consulted and trained enterprise architects and developers in SOA, Web Services and distributed enterprise applications. Developed and patented distributed knowledge solutions. Shared best development practices at Java One International conferences, via training and publications. Developed “integration-ready” business frameworks to extend enterprise applications with wireless and web services; worked on multiple types of enterprise applications in J2EE, J2ME and .NET environments; created WAP/WML factory of classes for wireless communication. Consulted prototyping efforts by TV Guide to create Java-based set-top products for digital television and worked on distributed peer-to-peer JXTA network applications. Created InstantVoiceShare and InstantScreenShare conferencing products based on Java Messaging Services. Shared design and code via the book and training sessions. Jeff worked with speech synthesis and recognition engines from IBM and Microsoft; evaluated iLog and jRules technologies; created data layer, governance and monitoring frameworks for web applications (see http://javaschool.com/school/public/DesignGuide.htm). At Corporate Express, he developed optimization systems significantly improving sales. Consulted enterprise application development and SOA projects at Comcast and Echostar (see http://javaschool.com/about/aboutSOA.htm). Consulted an automation project at one of the world’s largest oil refineries in Russia, Kirishinefteorgsyntez JSC, while saving millions of dollars with an optimized architecture and design and guiding multiple development teams in best design and code practices. Developed XML-based application scenario language to interact with knowledge engine and business services built in service-oriented architecture. Created WAP/WML and J2ME based wireless messaging solutions for multiple types of thin and thick client devices to perform scenarios negotiated on-the-fly. Introduced and promoted Integrated Software and Knowledge Engineering (see http://javaschool.com/about/services.html) as a new platform for creating intelligent systems. IQLabs, Inc., Hayward, CA, Englewood, CO, 3/2000-10/2001 Chief Architect and V.P. of Engineering
  • 4. Responsibilities included architecture, research, and development of a new generation of e-provisioning systems, supervision of development, QA, and technical teams in Hayward, CA, and Englewood, CO. Collaborated with developers in India and Russia. Assumed the role of General Manager of Denver office (with the budget over $5 million/ year); acted as technology evangelist and mentor. Supported all technology aspects in partner and investor relationships. Wrote RFPs and raised $10mln in investment funds. Streamlined the development process and promoted innovative collaborative technologies and efficient methodologies for multi-team development. Enhanced portal architecture with new features for effective teamwork in corporate, training, and consulting environment, provided domain-based and role-based workflow automation (similar to myFactory by WTMedia or Cerner products), worked on expert rules knowledge engine capable of supervising scheduled business activities in a complex multi-factor environment. Jeff’s team developed integration-ready service components that increased system efficiency and flexibility. The system extended portal technologies into the business arena and became a pioneer enterprise e-provisioning/telecommunications product. The system was built as a set of extensible services-frameworks with the ability to add/customize services at run-time. The system provided high interoperability in a mixed telecom environment through multiple platforms and products. The product line was designed to work in a unified fashion with telecom PBX systems as well as wireless, and voice over IP telecommunications switches. Products have been deployed at Visa International and other corporations. IPServe, Inc., Englewood, CO, 4/1999-3/2000 Chief Architect Designed the first educational portal in the industry, JavaSchool.com. Extended Java- powered portal technologies for corporate teamwork through IPServe.com. Supervised distributed development teams. Developed a set of architectural and design patterns that allows for a range of distributed computing solutions with thick and thin -- as well as wired and wireless (WAP) -- clients. As a contractor for Sun Microsystems, provided Java Technology and Architecture training in the US and around the world. Received the highest “Hi five” instructor award from Sun Microsystems for corporate training and consulting achievements. Invited by IQLabs, he transferred IPServe collaborative technologies into next generation of telecommunications e-provisioning systems. US WEST Communications, Denver, CO, 4/1994-4/1999 Member of Technical Staff Team lead, architect, and developer of Java and Web based enterprise applications: -Outside of Plant Facility Management GIS System (OSPFM) Developed the first Java-based Geo Information System with encrypted map distribution (ESRI and AutoCad formats), which improved customer service and a company image
  • 5. by allowing telephone technicians of 14 states to use laptops and CDs instead of tons of paper maps -Distributed notifications driven by corporate data analysis (data warehouse). -Created application frameworks for CORBA/DCE/Encina, ObjectStore/C++, and RDBMS integration, worked with WebLogic data management products (dbKona, etc.) -Developed distributed GIS applications that integrated corporate data and facility maps Auto-Trol Technology Corp., Denver, CO, 9/1992-4/1994 Sr.Software Engineer: CAD/CAM oriented graphic engine development. Team lead, architect and developer of CAD/CAM graphics engine. 2D-3D GUI engine, Graphics Format Conversion Project (UNIX/Motif, C/C++) Increased 400% CAD engine performance by using function pointers and OO approaches. Telematics International, Calabasas, CA, 10/1991-9/1992 Software Engineer III: SmartNet and Scientific Atlanta Network development. X.25, SNA, Bysinc, Async, Frame Relay protocol conversion; Multipoint switch project; ISDN - T1 project.(VAX/VMS, PC/Windows, C/C++) Teledyne INET, Torrance, CA, 11/1989-10/1991 Project Engineer: Real-Time and Embedded Systems ,Touch Screen interface Designed controllers, multi-controller networks, and embedded monitoring systems. Developed "Touch-screen embedded system" with simulation and self-diagnostics capable to manage up to 64 on-board PC controllers and provide integrated data to executive level. Developed Fast Graphics Touch Screen software packages, diagnostics, and simulator programs with user-friendly interface. Presented the system at an international exhibition in New York (1990) and trained people for a Tokyo (1991) exhibition. Designed multipoint network system based on RS-485 and ETHERNET standards. Developed image processing TSR-applications for AMIGA - IBM PC networks and Interchange File Format (IFF) images captured by AMIGA's frame grabber. Computer Systems Consulting Co., Minsk, USSR, 1984-1989 Co-founder and Chief architect: System architecture definition and design. Architected and developed a machine-vision system with VAX/UNIX (image processing), LSI-11 (central control) and CAMAC controllers for the State Nuclear Physics Labs. The research targeted biological objects under an electromagnetic field. Architected and designed a computer training system that helped students learn foreign languages with a PC and VCR. Developed the first portal automation control system in the USSR with multiple sensor processing and control components. Designed an energy management system and consulted on implementation and improving efficiency of production systems at Mogilev Electronics Factory, Belarus State Railroad and other government agencies. Filed patents and published works on data processing and industry automation. Conducted training to share experience in the field. Participated in the creation and publications of the Biological Aging math models and developed IBM Mainframe software packages based on the regression model.
  • 6. Gerontology research done with these powerful tools was published in the USSR and US and has achieved scientific recognition. Academy of Sciences, Laboratory of Neurophysiologic Research, Minsk, USSR, 1975-1984 Lead Research Automation Engineer: Automation systems development Designed and programmed real-time pattern recognition system to analyze neurophysiologic activity. Designed and programmed video controllers, I/O drivers, 16- bit CMOS microprocessor board and OS Monitor program. Invented and patented signal processing and pattern recognition systems. Engineered and programmed LAN drivers (Manchester, HDLC), and analog-digital user interfaces; created real-time research automation system, which was awarded the First Prize in Belarus; shared best development practices via published articles and training workshops. KBTEM, Planar Corporation Programmable Controllers Development Unit, Minsk, USSR, 1967-1974 Digital Controllers Developer: Design of digital programmable controllers Designed and developed digital programmable controllers for automated lines for assembly of integrated circuits (ICs), hybrid ICs, and very large scale integration (VLSI) systems. Designed and developed (installed in USSR electronics centers) controllers for the first Wafer Stepper Model EM-542, which provided 1 micron resolution. HONORS: First Prize in Belarus for best Real-Time System Development. "Teaching Excellence" award from University of Phoenix "Hi-Five" award from Sun Educational Services for achievements in corporate consulting/training EDUCATION: Minsk College of Radio and Electronics, USSR, BS in Computer Science Belarus University, Minsk, USSR, MS in Computer Science and Digital Electronics PATENTS: 10 in data processing/pattern recognition systems and Distributed Knowledge Technologies PUBLICATIONS: 27 in data processing, distributed marketplace, integrated software and knowledge engineering Books: “Integration-Ready Architecture and Design”, Cambridge University Press, Jeff Zhuk, 2004, ISBN 0521525837, http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0521525837 The session BOF-1117 at Java One, 2004: “Distributed Life in JXTA Knowledge Networks”, http://www.jxta.org/JavaOne; https://jxta.dev.java.net/bios/jzhuk.html The session TS-1366 at Java One, 2002: “Integration Ready Systems”. (Emerging technologies) http://servlet.java.sun.com/javaone/sf2002/conf/speakers/11456-bio.en.jsp The session JU-2725 at Java One, 2001, “Developing Telecommunication solutions with Java”
  • 7. http://servlet.java.sun.com/javaone/conf/speakers/bio-5108/google- sf2001.jsp http://www.jxta.org/bios/jzhuk.html http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/People/JeffZhuk http://www.ramius.net/blog/index.php/2007/01/17/trade-secrets/ http://javaschool.com/about/publications.html MEMBERSHIPS: Faculty of University of Phoenix and DeVry University CERTIFICATION: Sun Certified Java Architect Sun Certified Java Instructor Sun Certified Java Programmer Cycorp Inc. Certified in Ontological (Knowledge) Engineering Certified by University of Phoenix in Critical Thinking Methods Certified TOGAF 8 by Open Management Group US Citizen Consulting/training feedback: http://JavaSchool.com/school/references.html Mr. Zhuk brings the wealth and depth of years of Java development and training experience. His willingness and ability to adapt this course from a standard, textbook driven approach, to one that tied the classical Java language instruction to our real-world challenges was impressive and well received. I consider this the best training investment I’ve made for my staff in over 15 years of Software Engineering management. - Jay DiGiovanni, Director of Software Development, TV Guide Jeff was able to explain complex concepts of EJBs and messaging beans and apply them immediately to our current tasks. - DOD development team, EJB programming with Weblogic From the book and seminar reviews: http://JavaSchool.com/school/public/ web/books "This book was very solid technically, and a fascinating read. On the development side, it is filled with ideas and examples, some of which showed me completely different approaches to common problems. Conceptually, the book is even richer, not only explaining complex technologies in simple ways, but showing how some seemingly unrelated technological developments from the past few years can fit and work together. Overall, I think the book's most worthwhile aspect is the way it married its overall vision, which anticipates the future of integration and knowledge-driven computing, with very specific design and code examples that I could incorporate into my practice right away.
  • 8. A top book for people who want to stay ahead of the pack in the latest practical developments that will shape information architecture for the future. - Amazon.com review “This is the new road map for a new generation of students and specialists dedicated to the field of IT and computer information systems" - Dr. V. Genin, Plenipotentiary Representative of the International Academy of Higher Education in the United Nations, Chair of College of Business Management and IT at University of Phoenix “The book is a brilliant synergy of theory and experience. Filled with fundamental concepts together with innovative and yet very practical approaches to modern software engineering, it answers the most important questions of today and allows us to look into the future.” – A. Nozik, CEO & General Director, Specialized Engineering, Integration, and Automation Company, SZMA "Thank you for giving your speech at ATR, New Zealand. Your idea of using a knowledge base to create a prepositional programming environment is something which I had never considered before... This will be a revolutionary computing system; it will be the first truly general prepositional computing environment, which is such a cool idea." - K. Harris, Telesyn Research, New Zealand, February, 2004 References available upon request Publications details Seminars and Workshops: BEST PRACTICES IN SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE Open up a new world of applications that can inherit and learn rules, events, and scenarios. Presented on 1/21/2006 for ACM and IEEE Chapters of Denver and Boulder SOFTWARE EVOLUTION WORKSHOP “From IT to a Distributed Knowledge Marketplace” A brand new workshop taught by Jeff Zhuk at Canterbury University, New Zealand, at IBM (Boulder Campus) and University of Phoenix. The workshop highlights the latest advancements in technology and what they mean for the future of business applications. INTEGRATED SOFTWARE AND KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING Integrated software and knowledge engineering – a platform for developing intelligent systems; Presented by Jeff Zhuk at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNL), Richmond, WA, April, 2005
  • 9. Books: INTEGRATION-READY ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN Software Engineering with XML, Java, .NET, Wireless, Speech, and Knowledge Technologies, Cambridge University Press, 2004, ISBN 0521525837 Articles and Presentations: Guidelines and Reference materials for Jeppesen Architects and Developers: Service Oriented Architecture, Services, Security and Best Practices Boeing Technical Excellence Conference, St. Louis, 2008 Aviation Expert Services, Presented by Jeff Zhuk on June 28, 2008 The paper introduces aviation expert services as an important component of SWIM (to be provided by Jeppesen/Boeing), in the next generation air traffic management, which connects ATC, AOC and onboard systems while helping to manage an increasing number of variables and players in time and space. Information-rich Airplane, Co-author with Alex Pufahl and others The paper highlights the need for a data provider (Jeppesen) to closely collaborate with an airframe manufacturer (The Boeing Company) to integrate multiple operational and real-time data streams. Java One International and other Conferences: Distributed life in JXTA Knowledge Networks. (Intriguing and Unexpected: New and Cool section), Java One International Conference, BOF-1117, San Francisco, June 29, 2004 24x7 Distributed development method and technology. (Web Services section.) Java One International Conference, BOF-1929, San Francisco, March 29, 2002 Integration Ready Systems. (Emerging technologies section.) JavaOne International Conference, TS-1366, San Francisco, March 26, 2002 "Wireless Technologies: WAP and VoiceXML development" WebCast (on-line) session (in partnerships with Sun Microsystems) for Java development community - November 23, 2001 "Enterprise Application Development: technology and process" WebCast (on-line) session (in partnerships with Sun Microsystems) for Java development community - November 16, 2001 Wired and Wireless Telecom applications with Java.
  • 10. Wireless One International Conference, p.8, Las Vegas, June 25, 2001 Developing Telecommunication solutions using Java technology. JavaOne International Conference, p.215, San Francisco, June 2, 2001 Data access over the Internet. IPServe.com redefines collaboration. Oracle Conference: RMOUG Training Days, p.347, Denver, February 9, 2000 US Patents: Distributed Knowledge Systems and Technologies Boeing No. 08-0323, HDP No. 7784-001129/US, Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk | Pending Collaborative security and decision making in service-oriented environment, 2008-06 The invention describes secure service collaboration and collaborative decision making system and method Boeing No. 07-0859, HDP No. 7784-001097/US, Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk | Pending Rules Collector, 2007-10 The invention describes the system and method of transforming people’s expertise into business rules for process automation US 709/205; 709/204 | G06F 015/16 | Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk Distributed Active Knowledge and Process, 2000 | Patent | Obtained by Yahoo.com The patent describes collaborative methods of service and knowledge distribution US 10/709460 | G06F 01 | Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk Knowledge-Driven Architecture, 2004 | Patent Pending The invention describes architecture approach to building intelligent systems US 12/075290 | G06F 01 | Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk Service Knowledge Map, 2007-04 | Patent Pending The invention provides a set of methods to describe, find, assemble and execute service scenarios US 11/965063 | G06F 015 | Jeff (Yefim) Zhuk Adaptive Mobile Robot System, 2007-03 | Patent Pending The invention integrates software and knowledge engineering with robotics technology to improve robot-to-robot and robot-to-human conversational interface and provide on-the-fly translations of situational requirements into adaptive behavior models and further down to service scenarios for a collaborative robot teams
  • 11. International Patents: Data Processing and Pattern Recognition Systems SU 739546 | G06 F15/42 A61 B5/04 | Yefim Zhuk SU 765869 | G11 B502 | Yefim Zhuk SU 796858 | G06 F15/42 | Yefim Zhuk SU 940177 | G06 F5/42 | Yefim Zhuk SU 972514 | G06 F15/42 | Yefim Zhuk SU 1010629 A | G06 F11/46 | Yefim Zhuk SU 1016804 A | G06 K17/00 | Yefim Zhuk SU 1206811 A | G06 K15/42 A61 B5/10 | Yefim Zhuk SU 1286157 A1 | A61 B5/04 G06 F15/42 | Yefim Zhuk Publications in the field of modeling in experimental medicine: Biological Age Modeling and Experimental Measurement T. Dubina, V. Dyundicova, Y. Zhuk. In the book “Biological Aging Measuring” by Ward Dean. p.147. Los Angeles 1988 Biological Age and its estimation. T. Dubina, V. Dyundicova, Y. Zhuk. Science magazine “Experimental Gerontology” Vol. 18 p.5 1983 Biological Age and its estimation. Introduction of a correction to the multiple regression model of biological age. T. Dubina, A. Mints, Y. Zhuk. Science Magazine “Experimental Gerontology” Vol. 19 p.133 1984 Defining the biological age of an individual and an appraisal of the degree of aging. A. Mints, T. Dubina, V. Lysenyk, Y. Zhuk. “Physiological Zhurnal” Vol. 30, No. 1, p. 39 1984 Publications in the field of Real-time Systems and Science Research Automation: Real-time data processing system for electrophysiological research in book “Science research computing”. USSR Novosibirsk 1979 page 261 In the book “Complex computing is the base for quality improvements”. USSR Minsk 1980 p132 Programming control in the neuropsychological experiment. In the book "Problems of new methods in scientific research" USSR Minsk 1981 T3 p49
  • 12. Complex automatic medical-biological experiment data processing. In the book "The first international school of science research computing" Moscow 82 p5 Programming interface micro- and mini-computers with peripheral units. In book "Experience and the Future in mini- and micro-computer use" Moscow 82 p74 Microcomputer Electronica-60 (LSI-11) in neuropsychological research system. In book "Computing for Scientific Research" Gorky IPF of Academy of Science 1982 p254 Microcomputer system for electrophysiological experimental research. In book "News from the Byelorussian Academy of Science" Biological Research, Minsk 1983 p74 Programming technology and architecture for personal microcomputer systems. In the book "Industrial technology for software use and design" Sverdlovsk 1984 p137 Neuropsychological experiment through microcomputer system. In the book "Scientific research and control computing" Minsk 1984 page 55 Many-channel control and functional diagnostics with micro-processing system. In the book "Algorithms, hardware and software tools in diagnostic systems" Minsk 1985 p127

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