I'm John M. Wargo. I'm a geek (not a nerd - there is a difference). I've been a professional application developer for my entire professional career. I registered this domain and built this site as a way for me to post information about different and interesting things I encountered in the technical world. I'm pretty opinionated, so when I see something silly in the world, especially in mobile applications, I write about it.
I started writing some BlackBerry topics here then quickly added some Domino topics as well. Before long I added a section for Content Management Systems (CMS) because of my work with Joomla! and other CMS. The Miscellaneous section is for odds and ends that pop into my mind.
I've written 6 books on mobile development (refer to the Books area of the site for more information) plus a book for brand new Soccer Referees. I've also written about 20 articles for The View, a magazine for IBM Lotus Domino developers.
I am currently a Principal Analyst for Forrester Research; serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals focusing on Mobile Development and Open-Source Software. Therefore, any opinion or comment I post on this site is my personal opinion only. Nothing I say here should be considered a statement made by my employer. It's just me saying what's on my mind at the time.
I hope you enjoy this site. Please feel free to ask some questions of me or even suggest topics. I get a lot of emails from readers and try to respond in a timely manner.
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