jejt / jmons

Engineering Tommorrow




Hello! I am James Taylor (@jmons on twitter and most people call me JT in real-life), and this is my technology blog, trying to get across some of the things I’ve been working on, as well as some of the ideas and concepts I try to use. For more information about me, please visit my linked in page here.

Creative Commons License

Everything on here is Creative Commons licensed unless it says otherwise. I promote the idea of freedom of information, and open source, but also respect that individuals have the right to choose their own licensing structure for anything they create, and for that reason am fiercely against software piracy.

Most of my time is spent working on NFC and related technologies for Proxama, and I get to work on some very large and interesting projects with them. Because of my job at Proxama being in charge of IP, I can’t talk about a lot of the coolest things we’re working on until after they’re finished, and I hope that you all understand that.

My personal beliefs for technology are:

  • to produce systems and solutions which really add value to peoples lives
  • to minimise fuss and hassle around using technology for users
  • to make the systems I work on to be as secure and safe as possible
  • to integrate our systems seamlessly into the world

Alongside NFC, I’m also going to be working on emerging technology such as Trusted Execution Environments (TEE), as well as using newer technology in other areas such as Cloud Computing and bringing the best features from these areas into Proxama.

This page is syndicated at Advogato here.


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