- Founder and Architect of Apache Wicket
- Founder of TrafficGauge
- Java Team Member
- Windows Team Member
Jonathan has been working in software for 25 years. He is the originator of the Apache Wicket web framework and a founder of TrafficGauge, Inc (acquired by Networks in Motion, acquired by Telecommunication Systems). He worked on core Java technologies starting in 1996 for both JavaSoft (JVM, Swing) and Microsoft (Visual J++). From 1997 to 1998, he wrote the monthly column “Java 911″ for Microsoft Internet Developer Magazine. Before Java, Jonathan was a Win32 expert, a member of the Windows team and a speaker at various Windows development conferences. He co-authored”Windows 95: A Developer’s Guide” with Jeffrey Richter and edited Jeff’s “Advanced Windows”. He is currently employed as a Senior Software Architect at Telenav and occasionally does freelance consulting to companies worldwide.