Beginning in 2013, Yuriy has been actively developing applications using the Acumatica xRP Framework, developing solutions for many clients over the years. His main responsibility at Kensium is troubleshooting of complicated issues for Kensium Acumatica customers - usually it is related to performance optimization, doing code reviews, leading in finding solutions. Yuriy was recruited into the Developer MVP Program in early 2019 because of his reputation and high-level developer skills with the Acumatica xRP Platform. Given that there are a number of contribution requirements in the program, Yuriy exceled and went above in this regard contributing developer-focused blogs that we published, presented at our Virtual Developer Conference, and at this past year’s summit. He also contributed in our stackoverflow forum answer a number of questions that our partner developers had over the course of the year.
As outlined above he made many contributions – exceeding expectations. Specifically this past year, his two part series of blog posts on Improving Performance was outstanding: Part One: Asynchronous/Synchronous Operations in Acumatica and Part Two: C# Multithreading Operations in Acumatica illustrate this quite well. He provided a very useful session at our 2019 Virtual Developer Conference last June on Updating your Codebase with FBQL, discussing his first-hand experience in using the new Fluent Business Query Language as well as demonstrate some real performance data improvements you will likely see by injecting it in your existing code base. You can find a recording of this session here. There are among the tangible examples of his excellence as a Acumatica Developer. Besides these, he was always generous with other of our Developer MVPs in offering developer advice and sharing his experiences in our bi-monthly meetings. Always quick to volunteer for helping anyone who needed it.