Hi, I'm Jon Adair and I'm a geek.
I'm the co-founder of Thinkamingo, where we build fun and educational mobile apps. I develop apps for iOS and Android. I also do much of our graphic design, web design, audio and video, product planning, and marketing.
Prior to Thinkamingo, I was with CommerceQuest / Metastorm where I worked on integration software for large enterprises. I've worked on web, desktop, and server applications with C++, Java, and .NET technologies. I've worked on a lot of different platforms from Windows and Unix to mainframes and others. I went on to work on a Enterprise 2.0 / Social Enterprise product where I led cross-product architecture and worked with many remote teams. For more about my work, see my LinkedIn profile.
I'm a co-founder and serve on the board of directors of Tampa Hackerspace. We are a non-profit educational workshop that provides tools and classes for all sorts of making - 3D printing, laser cutting / engraving, woodshop, metal fabrication, welding, electronics, software, and more.
I have some personal hobbies. So a short list of some things I don't get enough time for would be boardgaming, backpacking, ham radio, drawing, cycling, robotics, electronis, art, and chess.
I've done a good bit of photography. I shoot Canon gear, currently a T2i / 550D. I usually shoot with the Canon f/1.4 50mm lens - my only non-"kit" lens. I'm really bad about posting photos. I mostly post on Facebook, but I have some older stuff on Google, Flickr, and iStockPhoto.
I've volunteered a lot as my kids were growing up but that is winding down now that they are older. Scouts, sports, FIRST robotics, etc. We also homeschooled for over ten years so I've been part of numerous homeschool groups and have taught a few classes.
If you need to contact me, my email address is just my name at gmail.com. (Note that my first name has no 'h' in it.) My phone number is 513-465-5259 except every five is actually an eight. Note that unknown callers go directly to my voicemail but I do check it if you leave a message - but email is better.